Ghaghra Created Havoc In Bachepara Village

Lead04LKH22Ghagra wreaks havoc in Bachepara village, 64 families left homeless – Ghaghra on one side and Sharda river on the other side continues to be destroyed – Ramiyabehad, danger of erosion hovered over many villages of IsanagarSamvad News AgencyDhaurhara. The existence of many villages is in danger due to the devastation of Ghaghra and Sharda rivers in Ramiyabehad, Dhaurhara, Isanagar area of ​​Tehsil area. The Ghaghra river has made about 64 families homeless in Bachepara village, wreaking havoc for the past one month. Harvesting victims are maintaining their hideout in government schools. Tehsil administration is looking for land to settle the victims of erosion. On the other hand, in Godian Purva, Bachepara, Binjaha of Ramiyabehar, about a hundred families are on the target of the Ghaghra river, which can merge into the Ghaghra river at any time. Villagers are destroying their homes with their own hands and are forced to migrate to a safer place. The Ghaghra river has also started cutting in Milik, Kairatpurwa of Isanagar. The houses of Tulsiram, Kashiram, Lekhram, Shivbalak, Bharat, Asharam etc. of Kairatpurwa are in the jad of the river. The cutting of Ghaghra river is not taking its name to stop. Till now, the river is destroying land by swallowing hundreds of bighas of cropped land. At the same time, the Sharda river is bent on cutting the project started for rescue in Jamdari, Khanwapur, Khadwa, Dhaurhara’s Raini, Samdaha of Isanagar. About 70 meters have been cut off the bund made in Raini. Gradually the river is moving forward cutting the village, due to which the surrounding villages are also in danger. At the same time, the flood section is not taking any concrete steps to stop the erosion. Harvesting is being stopped by filling bricks in sacks. The victims of cutting have been accommodated in the school. Villagers on the banks of the river have been asked to vacate their houses. The rescue work is being done by the flood section, due to the high water level, the rescue work is facing difficulty. -Renu, SDM Dhaurhara

Lead 04 LKH 22 Ghaghra wreaked havoc in Bachepara village, 64 families were homeless – Ghaghra on one side and Sharda river on the other side continues to be destroyed – Ramiyabehad, danger of erosion hovered over many villages of Isanagar Samvad News Agency Dhaurhara. The existence of many villages is in danger due to the devastation of Ghaghra and Sharda rivers in Ramiyabehad, Dhaurhara, Isanagar area of ​​Tehsil area. The Ghaghra river has made about 64 families homeless in Bachepara village, wreaking havoc for the past one month. Harvesting victims are maintaining their hideout in government schools. Tehsil administration is looking for land to settle the victims of erosion. On the other hand, in Godian Purva, Bachepara, Binjaha of Ramiyabehar, about a hundred families are on the target of the Ghaghra river, which can merge into the Ghaghra river at any time. Villagers are destroying their homes with their own hands and are forced to migrate to a safer place. The Ghaghra river has also started cutting in Milik, Kairatpurwa of Isanagar. The houses of Tulsiram, Kashiram, Lekhram, Shivbalak, Bharat, Asharam etc. of Kairatpurwa are in the jad of the river. The cutting of Ghaghra river is not taking its name to stop. Till now, the river is destroying land by swallowing hundreds of bighas of cropped land. At the same time, the Sharda river is bent on cutting the project started for rescue in Jamdari, Khanwapur, Khadwa, Dhaurhara’s Raini, Samdaha of Isanagar. About 70 meters have been cut off the bund made in Raini. Slowly, the river is moving ahead cutting the village, due to which the surrounding villages are now in danger. At the same time, the flood section is not taking any concrete steps to stop the erosion. Harvesting is being stopped by filling bricks in sacks. The cut victims have been accommodated in the school. Villagers on the banks of the river have been asked to vacate their houses. The rescue work is being done by the flood section, due to the high water level, the rescue work is facing difficulty. -Renu, SDM Dhaurhara.

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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