Panic over night in Gauspur of Najibabad because of a 10-meter cut

Ganga river section at Gauspur in Nangalsoti
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Nangalsoti / Najibabad. In the village of Gauspur, the Ganges cut itself 10 meters in a single night. Red flags and batis, set up by the administration as a danger sign to the population, were washed away in the Ganges Gorge. There is panic among the villagers at the increasing erosion of the population.
Due to the rains in the hilly areas, the water level of the Ganges in the village of Gauspur in Nangalsoti rises continuously. In the night of Tuesday, Ganga cut 10 meters in the direction of the village population, which means that the farmers’ land and their harvest were also included in the Ganges. The red flag set up by the administration and Batis to mark the danger mark from the Ganges to the village were also washed away in the Ganges on Wednesday morning. The distance between the village and the Ganges is now only 50 meters. Villagers are forced to stay up all night as the population is cut off. On the other hand, village head Anita made an announcement in the village and appealed to the villagers not to go towards the Ganges and to be vigilant.
expressed his anger at the functioning of the irrigation department
Nangalsoti. The villagers met on Wednesday in the primary school in Gauspur under the direction of village head Anita. He expressed his displeasure with the functioning of the administration and the irrigation department to stop the erosion. The villagers decided to ask the administration to move the village to another location and give the farmers land to farm. A large number of villagers were present at the meeting, including Bhanwar Singh, former leader Rajesh Singh, Lal Singh, Parma Singh, Genda Singh, Sunit, Bhudev Singh, Deepak Kumar, Sumit, Ram Singh, etc.
Bhakiyu called for the harvest to be stopped
Najibabad. Bhakiyu Tomar officials and workers reached Gauspur on Wednesday. Bhakiyu Tomar district president Mahipal said the Ganges are wreaking havoc in Gauspur village. He expressed his anger at the administration’s indifferent attitude towards stopping the harvest. He called on the government to build stone pillars to stop erosion from the Ganga. On this occasion Kapil Tomar, Lalit Chauhan, Valendra Singh, Mahendra Singh, Dr. Virendra Singh etc. present.

Nangalsoti / Najibabad. In the village of Gauspur, the Ganges cut itself 10 meters in a single night. Red flags and batis, set up by the administration as a danger sign to the population, were washed away in the Ganges Gorge. There is panic among the villagers at the increasing erosion of the population.

Due to the rains in the hilly areas, the water level of the Ganges in the village of Gauspur in Nangalsoti rises continuously. In the night of Tuesday, Ganga cut 10 meters in the direction of the village population, which means that the farmers’ land and their harvest were also included in the Ganges. The red flag set up by the administration and Batis to mark the danger mark from the Ganges to the village were also washed away in the Ganges on Wednesday morning. The distance between the village and the Ganges is now only 50 meters. Villagers are forced to stay up all night as the population is cut off. On the other hand, village head Anita made an announcement in the village and appealed to the villagers not to go towards the Ganges and to be vigilant.

expressed his anger at the functioning of the irrigation department

Nangalsoti. The villagers met on Wednesday in the primary school in Gauspur under the direction of village head Anita. He expressed his displeasure with the functioning of the administration and the irrigation department to stop the erosion. The villagers decided to ask the administration to move the village to another location and give the farmers land to farm. A large number of villagers were present at the meeting, including Bhanwar Singh, former leader Rajesh Singh, Lal Singh, Parma Singh, Genda Singh, Sunit, Bhudev Singh, Deepak Kumar, Sumit, Ram Singh, etc.

Bhakiyu called for the harvest to be stopped

Najibabad. Bhakiyu Tomar officials and workers reached Gauspur on Wednesday. Bhakiyu Tomar district president Mahipal said the Ganges are wreaking havoc in Gauspur village. He expressed his anger at the administration’s indifferent attitude towards stopping the harvest. He called on the government to build stone pillars to stop erosion from the Ganga. On this occasion Kapil Tomar, Lalit Chauhan, Valendra Singh, Mahendra Singh, Dr. Virendra Singh etc. present.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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