Koniyas Chhechua and the village of Bhurra Ganga freed from erosion Free

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The ruin of the farmers in the villages of Chhechua and Bhurra in the Konia area of ​​the district, which have been threatened by Ganga erosion for five decades, has now ended. Both coastal villages on the Ganges are now free of deforestation. This has brought great relief to farmers.
Taking effective measures to protect the agricultural land of the farmers from the erosion of the Ganges, the state government had released an amount of five million rupees for the project. After that, responsibility for building the project was transferred to the Varanasi block. The MSA Construction Company, which is carrying out the project work, completed the work on time. A large part of the fertile land of the farmers in the villages of Chhechua and Bhura in the flood-sensitive Koniya region is affected by Ganga erosion. Former village chiefs Jagdish Singh, Narendra Bahadur Singh, Bhupendra Singh, Amar Bahadur Singh etc. Farmers say that the Ganges current now flows in the land on which agriculture used to want. Told that around two thousand peasants’ lands in the two villages on the banks of the Ganges (Tari) and uphill in the Ganges were merged. Geotextile pipe cutters based on modern technology were installed in the Ganga river to prevent erosion. It remains to be seen how effective this system is in preventing erosion. About five decades ago the course of the river changed, turning the course of the river towards the villages of Bhura and Chhechua. During the rainy season, as soon as the water level in the Ganges rose, the farmers’ land was cut down. Gradually the situation reached such a point that about two thousand bighas of farmland belonging to the farmers of both villages were incorporated into the Ganges.
During the construction of the Anti-Ganga-Anti-Ganga project, a total of 67 geotextile pipe cutters were installed over an area of ​​2.5 km from Bhura to Chhechua. In addition, 6 to 10 pipes were installed every 50 meters by filling Ganga sand two meters in diameter and a 20 meter pipe. While the distance of the tube at the turning point of the river was kept 25-25 meters. The service life of the cutter is four to five years. The pipe cutter can withstand a water pressure of 80 Newtons Bi. Bandhi Building Block Varanasis Assistant Engineers Satish Mishra and JE Abid Ali said the estimated cost of the project was 5 crores, but Chhechua and Bhura’s project issued three crores. It is said that a distance of 50 meters was maintained between the two tubes, while the flood in the Ganges these empty areas are filled with silt and earth, which helps to prevent erosion. He said that through one such project in Ghazipur there was success in preventing erosion.

The ruin of the farmers in the villages of Chhechua and Bhurra in the Konia area of ​​the district, which have been threatened by Ganga erosion for five decades, has now ended. Both coastal villages on the Ganges are now free of deforestation. This has brought great relief to farmers.

Taking effective measures to protect the agricultural land of the farmers from the erosion of the Ganges, the state government had released an amount of five million rupees for the project. After that, responsibility for building the project was transferred to the Varanasi block. The MSA Construction Company, which is carrying out the project work, completed the work on time. A large part of the fertile land of the farmers in the villages of Chhechua and Bhura in the flood-sensitive Konia region is affected by the Ganga erosion. Former village chiefs Jagdish Singh, Narendra Bahadur Singh, Bhupendra Singh, Amar Bahadur Singh etc. Farmers say that the Ganges current now flows in the land on which agriculture used to want. Told that about two thousand peasant lands of the two villages on the banks of the Ganges (Tari) and Upwar were merged with the Ganges. Geotextile pipe cutters based on modern technology were installed in the Ganga river to prevent erosion. It remains to be seen how effective this system is in preventing erosion. About five decades ago the course of the river changed, turning the course of the river towards the villages of Bhura and Chhechua. During the rainy season, as soon as the water level in the Ganges rose, the farmers’ land was cut down. Gradually the situation reached such a point that about two thousand bighas of farmland belonging to the farmers of both villages were incorporated into the Ganges.

During the construction of the Anti-Ganga-Anti-Ganga project, a total of 67 geotextile pipe cutters were installed over an area of ​​2.5 km from Bhura to Chhechua. In addition, 6 to 10 pipes were installed every 50 meters by filling Ganga sand two meters in diameter and a 20 meter pipe. While the distance of the tube at the turning point of the river was kept 25-25 meters. The service life of the cutter is four to five years. The pipe cutter can withstand a water pressure of 80 Newtons Bi. Bandhi Building Block Varanasis Assistant Engineers Satish Mishra and JE Abid Ali said the estimated cost of the project was 5 crores, but Chhechua and Bhura’s project issued three crores. It is said that a distance of 50 meters was maintained between the two tubes, while the flood in the Ganges these empty areas are filled with silt and earth, which helps to prevent erosion. He said that through one such project in Ghazipur there was success in preventing erosion.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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