Old Rapti came near the red marker, people were scared

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Old Rapti reached the red mark, people were scared
Parsa / Mannijos. The villagers are appalled by the rapid rise in the water level of the Budhi Rapti River and the erosion of Rapti and the flood of the Sotwa River. There is resentment among farmers about the submergence of crops in many villages in the Shohratgarh region. At the same time, residents of the village of Parsohiya Sadanand in the Bhanwapur area called for precautions to be taken to stop the harvest.
Due to the continued rain in the mountains of Nepal, the Sotwa drain in the Shohratgarh Tehsil area was pouring. Because of this, hundreds of bighas of rice fields in dozens of villages including Parsa, Padaria, Akherhiya, Imilia, Chandwa, Halora, Golhaura Mustakham in the Tehsil area have been submerged in water. In addition, the water levels of the Banganga, Ghorhi and Budhi Rapti rivers have risen. However, the water level of these rivers is below the danger mark. Villagers fear the erosion near Parasohiya Sadanand village in the Bhanwapur block area, which is south of the Rapti River. The Rapti River, which has taken the fields of many farmers into its lap through the harvest, has now reached the houses of Sitaram, Moon, Awadhesh, Tulsiram, Nibar etc. of the village. These people are scared when they see the danger that the houses will merge in the river.
They say that so far more than 25 Bighas farmlands have been amalgamated in the river. Nibar said that only this village in the Bhanwapur block area of ​​the Dumariaganj tehsil area pays no attention to people’s problems due to the river it crosses. JE Kalika Prasad of the irrigation department said that Parasohiya Sadanand village is part of the district, but since this dam is within Balrampur district, it is the responsibility of the department officials of that district to stop the harvest.

Old Rapti reached the red mark, people were scared

Parsa / Mannijos. The villagers are appalled by the rapid rise in the water level of the Budhi Rapti River and the erosion of Rapti and the flood of the Sotwa River. There is resentment among farmers about the submergence of crops in many villages in the Shohratgarh region. At the same time, residents of the village of Parsohiya Sadanand in the Bhanwapur area called for precautions to be taken to stop the harvest.

Due to the continued rain in the mountains of Nepal, the Sotwa drain in the Shohratgarh Tehsil area was pouring. Because of this, hundreds of bighas of rice fields in dozens of villages including Parsa, Padaria, Akherhiya, Imilia, Chandwa, Halora, Golhaura Mustakham in the Tehsil area have been submerged in water. In addition, the water levels of the Banganga, Ghorhi and Budhi Rapti rivers have risen. However, the water level of these rivers is below the danger mark. Villagers fear the erosion near Parasohiya Sadanand village in the Bhanwapur block area, which is south of the Rapti River. The Rapti River, which has taken the fields of many farmers into its lap through the harvest, has now reached the houses of Sitaram, Moon, Awadhesh, Tulsiram, Nibar etc. of the village. These people are scared when they see the danger that the houses will merge in the river.

They say that so far more than 25 Bighas farmlands have been amalgamated in the river. Nibar said that only this village in the Bhanwapur block area of ​​the Dumariaganj tehsil area pays no attention to people’s problems due to the river it crosses. JE Kalika Prasad of the irrigation department said that Parasohiya Sadanand village is part of the district, but since this dam is within Balrampur district, it is the responsibility of the department officials of that district to stop the harvest.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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