Ghagra has passed the red mark on the Dighiya display

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Seven Lakh Cusec waters were released from the Sharda Dam in the Ghaghra River by Devranchal of Sagadi Tehsil. As a result, the water level of the river has exceeded the red mark on the Dighiya scale. There has been an increase of 53 cm for Dighia and 52 cm for Badarhua over the past 24 hours. Due to the rise in water levels, there is a risk of coastal villages being flooded.
The water level of the river was measured on Wednesday evening at the Dighiya gauge at 70.07 meters, which rose to 70.60 meters on Thursday. The water level of the river was measured on Wednesday at the Badarhua gauge at 70.71 meters, which rose to 71.23 meters on Thursday. Four and a half lakh of cusec water were discharged from Sharda Barrage on Wednesday and 2.5 lakh of cusec water on Thursday. Because of this, the villagers are worried about being hit by the flood. The water level of the Ghaghra River is increasing day by day due to the continued rain on the hills and the water released from the barrage of Banbasa, Sharda. On Thursday, the water level of the river at the Dighiya outlet reached the danger mark. This worries people in the surrounding villages. According to Jyoti Prakash, the flood department clerk, four and a half lakh of kusec water was drained on Wednesday and 2.5 lakh of kusec water was drained on Thursday. However, the water level of the river has been rising since Tuesday due to the rain in the mountains. With the rise of the river’s water level, the problems for the villagers and animals have increased. Water has also reached near Gangepur, Parasia village on the bank of the river, near Mahula Garhwal Bandhe, and is moving rapidly towards the village. Most of the problems are experienced by villagers in villages like Aughad Ganj, Kudhi, Achal Nagar, Devara Khas Raja, Gangepur, Parasia, etc. The areas of Gangepur and Parasia can also be affected by flooding.

Seven Lakh Cusec waters were released from the Sharda Dam in the Ghaghra River by Devranchal of Sagadi Tehsil. As a result, the water level of the river has exceeded the red mark on the Dighiya scale. There has been an increase of 53 cm for Dighia and 52 cm for Badarhua over the past 24 hours. Due to the rise in water levels, there is a risk of coastal villages being flooded.

The water level of the river was measured on Wednesday evening at the Dighiya gauge at 70.07 meters, which rose to 70.60 meters on Thursday. The water level of the river was measured on Wednesday at the Badarhua gauge at 70.71 meters, which rose to 71.23 meters on Thursday. Four and a half lakh of cusec water were discharged from Sharda Barrage on Wednesday and 2.5 lakh of cusec water on Thursday. Because of this, the villagers are worried about being hit by the flood. The water level of the Ghaghra River is increasing day by day due to the continued rain on the hills and the water released from the barrage of Banbasa, Sharda. On Thursday, the water level of the river at the Dighiya outlet reached the danger mark. This worries people in the surrounding villages. According to Jyoti Prakash, the flood department clerk, four and a half lakh of kusec water was drained on Wednesday and 2.5 lakh of kusec water was drained on Thursday. However, the water level of the river has been rising since Tuesday due to the rain in the mountains. With the rise of the river’s water level, the problems for the villagers and animals have increased. Water has also reached near Gangepur, Parasia village on the bank of the river, near Mahula Garhwal Bandhe, and is moving rapidly towards the village. Most of the problems are experienced by villagers in villages like Aughad Ganj, Kudhi, Achal Nagar, Devara Khas Raja, Gangepur, Parasia, etc. The areas of Gangepur and Parasia can also be affected by flooding.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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