Incessant rain disturbs life – Incessant rain disturbs life

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Ambedkar Nagar. Because of the constant rain for the past 36 hours, normal life was completely disrupted. The incessant rains brought joy and sorrow among the farmers. Indeed, farmers worried about wind-blown rain with the onset of the stagnant sugar cane crop in some areas of the county, while farmers’ faces lit up from the flooding of the rice field. Indeed, there was currently an urgent need to irrigate rice fields. Due to incessant rainfall, the problem of waterlogging has now occurred in many areas of the district, which means that people have had difficulties commuting. On the other hand, the district’s power supply system also collapsed due to rain. Because of this, the biggest problem with people’s drinking water supply emerged on Sunday morning. They had to wander back and forth for each bucket of water.
The rain that started on Saturday morning continued on Sunday. After raining all night, it rained almost all day on Sunday as well. Normal life was completely disrupted by heavy, sometimes light rain. Most of the people were locked in their homes because of the bad weather. In light rain, people quickly started to work. However, due to the partial curfew, the markets remained closed, resulting in a general silence in the markets.
In the meantime there was waterlogging in places due to rain. Speaking of rural and urban areas, water has been flooded on major roads in the district headquarters itself. Due to waterlogging near the Shitla Ashram in Akbarpur-Ayodhya Marg, Sabzi Mandi, bus station, Patel Nagar Tiraha, Krishi Bhawan, people had difficulty moving. Rambahal and Abhishek from the city expressed their displeasure, saying that if the drains had been properly cleaned in a timely manner, these types of problems would not have occurred.
Sugar cane harvest fell through rain with wind
Due to the constant rain for the past 36 hours, the farmers in the district were happy and sad. The rain, which was accompanied by strong winds, destroyed the standing sugar cane harvest in many areas of the district. The sugar cane harvest on Ramchets Field in Kataria Yakubpur, bordering the city of Akbarpur, collapsed. He expressed concern that if the rain doesn’t stop, the sugar cane harvest will wreak havoc. Likewise, in many other areas, including Alapur, Jalalpur, Bhiti, Tanda, the standing sugar cane harvest fell in the field. In addition, the rice farmers’ faces shone in the rain. Indeed, there was currently an urgent need to irrigate rice fields. The farmers’ concern about irrigation increased steadily. Because of the rain since Saturday, the field was flooded. As a result, the rice farmers’ faces blossomed. Rice farmers Ramesh and Ghanshyam expressed their joy and said that if it continues to rain like this, it will bring tremendous benefits to the rice plant.
Consumers suffer from power outages
Due to persistent rain since Saturday morning, the district’s power supply was completely derailed. Somewhere the shabby wire broke, then somewhere the overloaded transformer got the answer. As a result, consumers in the sector concerned have faced various difficulties. On Sunday morning, consumers in the affected area had the biggest problem with drinking water due to poor electricity supply. For every bucket of water, consumers had to wander around here and there. Rajkumar and Amit Kumar of Akbarpur Nagar expressed their displeasure, saying that smooth electricity may not be available if the worn out equipment is not replaced. In many other areas, including Rajesultanpur, Jahangirganj, Jalalpur, Hajpura, Tanda, Bhiti, Katehri, Alapur, Baskhari, consumers have struggled due to power outages.

Ambedkar Nagar. Because of the constant rain for the past 36 hours, normal life was completely disrupted. The incessant rains brought joy and sorrow among the farmers. Indeed, farmers worried about wind-blown rain with the onset of the stagnant sugar cane crop in some areas of the county, while farmers’ faces lit up from the flooding of the rice field. Indeed, there was currently an urgent need to irrigate rice fields. Due to incessant rainfall, the problem of waterlogging has now occurred in many areas of the district, which means that people have had difficulties commuting. On the other hand, the district’s power supply system also collapsed due to rain. Because of this, the biggest problem with people’s drinking water supply emerged on Sunday morning. They had to wander back and forth for each bucket of water.

The rain that started on Saturday morning continued on Sunday. After raining all night, it rained almost all day on Sunday as well. Normal life was completely disrupted by heavy, sometimes light rain. Most of the people were locked in their homes because of the bad weather. In light rain, people quickly started to work. However, due to the partial curfew, the markets remained closed, resulting in a general silence in the markets.

In the meantime there was waterlogging in places due to rain. Speaking of rural and urban areas, water has been flooded on major roads in the district headquarters itself. Due to waterlogging near the Shitla Ashram in Akbarpur-Ayodhya Marg, Sabzi Mandi, bus station, Patel Nagar Tiraha, Krishi Bhawan, people had difficulty moving. Rambahal and Abhishek from the city expressed their displeasure, saying that if the drains had been properly cleaned in a timely manner, these types of problems would not have occurred.

Sugar cane harvest fell through rain with wind

Due to the constant rain in the past 36 hours, the farmers in the district were happy and sad. The rain, which was accompanied by strong winds, destroyed the standing sugar cane harvest in many areas of the district. The sugar cane harvest on Ramchets Field in Kataria Yakubpur, bordering the city of Akbarpur, collapsed. He expressed concern that if the rain doesn’t stop, the sugar cane harvest will wreak havoc. Likewise, in many other areas, including Alapur, Jalalpur, Bhiti, Tanda, the standing sugar cane harvest fell in the field. In addition, the rice farmers’ faces shone in the rain. Indeed, there was currently an urgent need to irrigate rice fields. The farmers’ concern about irrigation increased steadily. Because of the rain since Saturday, the field was flooded. As a result, the rice farmers’ faces blossomed. Rice farmers Ramesh and Ghanshyam expressed their joy and said that if it continues to rain like this, it will bring tremendous benefits to the rice plant.

Consumers suffer from power outages

Due to persistent rain since Saturday morning, the district’s power supply was completely derailed. Somewhere the shabby wire broke, then somewhere the overloaded transformer got the answer. As a result, consumers in the sector concerned have faced various difficulties. On Sunday morning, consumers in the affected area had the biggest problem with drinking water due to poor electricity supply. For every bucket of water, consumers had to wander around here and there. Rajkumar and Amit Kumar of Akbarpur Nagar expressed their displeasure, saying that smooth electricity may not be available if the worn out equipment is not replaced. In many other areas, including Rajesultanpur, Jahangirganj, Jalalpur, Hajpura, Tanda, Bhiti, Katehri, Alapur, Baskhari, consumers have struggled due to power outages.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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