Ghaghra increased logging, and hundreds of Bigha’s land in Bijahan were absorbed by the river

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In the village of Raini Samdaha, the villagers camped on the streets because of the water in their houses.
Dhaurahara. The Ghaghra and Sharda Rivers are wreaking havoc in the Tehsil area. In the villages on the banks of the Sharda River, where the villagers are concerned about the flooding, the Ghaghra River began to cut after the water level fell. Raini camps on country roads in Samdaha village because houses are flooded.
Hundreds of bighas of the harvest from about a hundred villages on the shores of Sharda are underwater. At the same time, people have problems commuting due to waterlogging on the connecting roads. On the other hand, the Ghaghra River cuts in the villages of Ramiabehads like Ramnagar Bagaha, Ghosiana, Godian Purva, Sujanpur, Devipurwa, Lalapur, Motebaba, Bijanha, Bachepara etc. Ghaghra built sugar cane on hundreds of acres by farmers like Kamta, Radheram Verma, Rajendra, Sandeep, Vinod, Vijay, Jagmohan, Radhe, Satyapal, Sadhu, Rajesh, Dankunna, Junglee, Mahesh, Afzal, Rajkumar Thakur, Mevalal etc. in the village of Bachepara at the harvest is ruined. Farmers say the administration is taking no action to stop the harvest, which is causing the land of the people in the river to be cut down.
There is also a risk in the project of five 18 crore lakhs
Dhaurahara. To protect the villages of Bachepara, Bhatpurwa, Binjaha and Dharidaspurwa in Ramiyabehar from erosion, the project of five crore 18 lakhs initiated by the flood protection department has not yet been completed. The floods in the Ghaghra River washed away the Jio bags and pillars that were installed to keep them from erosion. The 100 meter long dam was also cut, exposing the village on the banks of the river to the risk of erosion. The flood department has also stopped its work. The villagers say that no department takes care of the harvest on the Ghaghra River. At the same time, the administration claims they are given whole vegetables to eat, while villagers say they were found Tuesday. No food was found on Wednesday.
Raini resident Suresh says houses are full of floods. Street life with family. No help was received from the Tehsil administration.
Raini, from Reshma, says that because of the flooding in the house, she was forced to live on the street with the children. Cooking on the throne. There was no help from the Tehsil administration.
The water level of the Sharda River has dropped. Aid material is made available to the flood victims. If someone has a problem, they can turn to him or Tehsildar. He is fully supported.
– Renu, SDM Dhaurhara

In the village of Raini Samdaha, the villagers camped on the streets because of the water in their houses.

Dhaurahara. The Ghaghra and Sharda Rivers are wreaking havoc in the Tehsil area. In the villages on the banks of the Sharda River, where the villagers are concerned about the flooding, the Ghaghra River began to cut after the water level fell. Raini camps on country roads in Samdaha village because houses are flooded.

Hundreds of bighas of the harvest from about a hundred villages on the shores of Sharda are underwater. At the same time, people have problems commuting due to waterlogging on the connecting roads. On the other hand, the Ghaghra River cuts in the villages of Ramiabehads like Ramnagar Bagaha, Ghosiana, Godian Purva, Sujanpur, Devipurwa, Lalapur, Motebaba, Bijanha, Bachepara etc. Ghaghra built sugar cane on hundreds of acres by farmers like Kamta, Radheram Verma, Rajendra, Sandeep, Vinod, Vijay, Jagmohan, Radhe, Satyapal, Sadhu, Rajesh, Dankunna, Junglee, Mahesh, Afzal, Rajkumar Thakur, Mevalal etc. in the village of Bachepara at the harvest is ruined. Farmers say the administration is taking no action to stop the harvest, which is causing the land of the people in the river to be cut down.

There is also a risk in the project of five 18 crore lakhs

Dhaurahara. To protect the villages of Bachepara, Bhatpurwa, Binjaha and Dharidaspurwa in Ramiyabehar from erosion, the project of five crore 18 lakhs initiated by the flood protection department has not yet been completed. The floods in the Ghaghra River washed away the Jio bags and pillars that were installed to keep them from erosion. The 100 meter long dam was also cut, exposing the village on the banks of the river to the risk of erosion. The flood department has also stopped its work. The villagers say that no department takes care of the harvest on the Ghaghra River. At the same time, the administration claims they are given whole vegetables to eat, while villagers say they were found Tuesday. No food was found on Wednesday.

Raini resident Suresh says houses are full of floods. Street life with family. No help was received from the Tehsil administration.

Raini, from Reshma, says that because of the flooding in the house, she was forced to live on the street with the children. Cooking on the throne. There was no help from the Tehsil administration.

The water level of the Sharda River has dropped. Aid material is made available to the flood victims. If someone has a problem, they can turn to him or Tehsildar. He is fully supported.

– Renu, SDM Dhaurhara

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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