Ghaghra quickly cuts off agricultural land

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Latghat. The wild form of ghaghra is seen in Devara Khas Raja Baghwa and Gangepur Parasia of the Haraiya block of Sagadi Tehsil. As the water level falls, the cultivable land is cleared and absorbed in the river. The Gangepur cremation site is also threatened with demolition. The river moves towards the population, cutting an area 200 meters long and 200 meters wide in one week.
From last year until today around 2.30 km have been cut and transferred into the river. Hundreds of acres of peasant land were washed away in the Ghaghra. Farmers include Tirthraj, Dukhharan, Bhagwati Yadav, Sukhdev, Sandeep, Rajesh Yadav, Sundar, Rajdev, Chandrabali, Lagan, Dudhnath, Bhajan Ram, Guddu, Virendra, Hariram, Jogendra Ram, Raghav, Munna, Shyamsundar, Randhir, Gündra, Approximately 175 acres of land from Harkhub, Sundar, Munna, Ramnath, etc., were cleared in Ghaghra. The burial site was built in Gangepur, which has come under the wrath of erosion. Due to the rise in the water level, the construction of stumbling blocks has been discontinued. About 15 to 20 meters of earth from two stumbling blocks were washed away in the river. Because of the erosion, 10 people emigrated from Baghwa on Saturday. These include Ram Singar, Ranaprasad, Rambachan, Shyam Awadh, Subhash, Shivram, Ramlakhan, Jagropan, Vijaya, Rajkumar etc. Some of these people went there near the village and some went to Raunapar Shree Basti and Gola.

Latghat. The wild form of ghaghra is seen in Devara Khas Raja Baghwa and Gangepur Parasia of the Haraiya block of Sagadi Tehsil. As the water level falls, the cultivable land is cleared and absorbed in the river. The Gangepur cremation site is also threatened with demolition. The river moves towards the population, cutting an area 200 meters long and 200 meters wide in one week.

From last year until today around 2.30 km have been cut and transferred into the river. Hundreds of acres of peasant land were washed away in the Ghaghra. Farmers include Tirthraj, Dukhharan, Bhagwati Yadav, Sukhdev, Sandeep, Rajesh Yadav, Sundar, Rajdev, Chandrabali, Lagan, Dudhnath, Bhajan Ram, Guddu, Virendra, Hariram, Jogendra Ram, Raghav, Munna, Shyamsundar, Randhir, Gündra, Approximately 175 acres of land from Harkhub, Sundar, Munna, Ramnath, etc., were cleared in Ghaghra. The burial site was built in Gangepur, which has come under the wrath of erosion. Due to the rise in the water level, the construction of stumbling blocks has been discontinued. About 15 to 20 meters of earth from two stumbling blocks were washed away in the river. Due to the erosion, 10 people emigrated from Baghwa on Saturday. These include Ram Singar, Ranaprasad, Rambachan, Shyam Awadh, Subhash, Shivram, Ramlakhan, Jagropan, Vijaya, Rajkumar etc. Some of these people went there near the village and some went to Raunapar Shree Basti and Gola.

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