In the name of the repair, the culvert was broken and abandoned

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Sakaldiha. Two months ago a culvert was broken in the village of Rishti and abandoned on behalf of the Bandhi block to excavate the Lehra Manihara drain. Because of this negligence on the part of the officials, the rice nursery in Rishti and around five hundred bighas in the village were flooded. Angry about this, the farmers protested against the block officials on Thursday and called on the DM to open a case against the block officer and the contractor.
In the past, in view of the farmers’ problems, the block department started digging the Lehra Manihara drain. On May 15, the dilapidated culvert in the village of Rishti was demolished for repairs. In order not to disturb the traffic, the gravel road was left nearby. Due to rain, the dam broke by backfilling the drain and the nursery of rice fields planted more than five hundred seeds was flooded. Farmers complained about this to the SDM. Even after that, nothing was done. Peasants protested angrily. Demanded by the district administration for compensation for the underwater cultivation and the repair of culverts as well as the filing of a lawsuit against the contractor of the Bandh block. On this occasion the village chiefs Deenbandhu Rajbhar, Marachhu, Ashok Singh, Ravi Singh, Surendra Singh, Birbahadur, Shrikant Tripathi, Rajesh, Avnish Singh, Kamlesh Singh, Jagran were present.
Sakaldiha. Due to the negligence of the contractor and the officials of the tied block department, the crops grown by the farmers of many villages have fallen under water, including Rishti, Shivpur, Mahgaon, Madaipur, Jalalpur, Premnagar, Lehra. In this regard, Executive Engineer Bandhi Block Pawan Agrahari said the diversion was made for the construction of the culvert. The problem arose due to a sudden surge and flow of water in the drain. The repair work on the culvert will be completed shortly. conversation

Sakaldiha. Two months ago a culvert was broken in the village of Rishti and abandoned on behalf of the Bandhi block to excavate the Lehra Manihara drain. Because of this negligence on the part of the officials, the rice nursery in Rishti and around five hundred bighas in the village were flooded. Angry about this, the farmers protested against the block officials on Thursday and called on the DM to open a case against the block officer and the contractor.

In the past, in view of the farmers’ problems, the block department started digging the Lehra Manihara drain. On May 15, the dilapidated culvert in the village of Rishti was demolished for repairs. In order not to disturb the traffic, the gravel road was left nearby. Due to rain, the embankment collapsed due to the backfilling of the drain and the nursery of rice fields planted more than five hundred seeds were flooded. Farmers complained about this to the SDM. Even after that, nothing was done. Peasants protested angrily. Demanded damages from the district administration for the underwater cultivation and the repair of culverts and the display of proceedings against the contractor of the Bandh block. On this occasion the village chiefs Deenbandhu Rajbhar, Marachhu, Ashok Singh, Ravi Singh, Surendra Singh, Birbahadur, Shrikant Tripathi, Rajesh, Avnish Singh, Kamlesh Singh, Jagran were present.

Sakaldiha. Due to the negligence of the contractor and the officials of the tied block department, the crops grown by the farmers of many villages have fallen under water, including Rishti, Shivpur, Mahgaon, Madaipur, Jalalpur, Premnagar, Lehra. In this regard, Executive Engineer Bandhi Block Pawan Agrahari said the diversion was made for the construction of the culvert. The problem arose due to a sudden surge and flow of water in the drain. The repair work on the culvert will be completed shortly. conversation

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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