People stunned by the rise in the water level of Ghaghra in Mau, water level reached near the danger point

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With the rising water level of Ghaghra in Mau, people in the coastal region are panicking. Nowadays the rising hills of Ghaghra are desperately trying to touch the danger point. An increase in the water level of 66 cm was registered within 24 hours. If the water level of the river continues to rise, the river can cross the danger zone at any time. The danger point of Ghaghra is 69.9 meters. On Thursday the water level of Ghaghra was measured at 69 meters. Given the rugged nature of the river, the very existence of the city’s historical heritage, including the coastal areas, is at risk.
On Thursday, a 66 cm rise in the river’s water level was registered within 24 hours. There was panic among residents of the coastal region, including the city, and farmers worried about devastating the river. He says that many bighas land are absorbed by the harvest in Ghaghra every year. The water level of Ghaghra at Gaurishankar Ghat was 69 meters on Thursday. On Wednesday it was 68.34 meters. The river’s water level was raised by 66 cm in 24 hours.
Threats to Shrines and Heritage Existence
Due to the rapid rise in Ghaghra’s water level, the existence of various historical heritages including Muktidham, Bharat Mata Mandir, Khaki Baba’s Hut, Dih Baba’s Temple, Hanuman Temple, Public Works Dak Bungalow, Shahi Masjid is threatened. On the other hand, people in coastal areas like Bahadurpur, Rampur Dhanauli, Nai Bazar, Navli, Saraya, Patnai, Thakurgaon, Godhni Biwipur, Tahirpur, Jamira Chauradih, Korauli, Belauli, Tkharhiya, Rasulpur and Surajpur are worried about flooding. Farmers are concerned about the possibility of drowning rice plants grown in the fields.

With the rising water level of Ghaghra in Mau, people in the coastal region are panicking. Nowadays the rising hills of Ghaghra are desperately trying to touch the danger point. An increase in the water level of 66 cm was registered within 24 hours. If the water level of the river continues to rise, the river can cross the danger zone at any time. The danger point of Ghaghra is 69.9 meters. On Thursday the water level of Ghaghra was measured at 69 meters. Given the rugged nature of the river, the very existence of the city’s historical heritage, including the coastal areas, is at risk.

On Thursday, a 66 cm rise in the river’s water level was registered within 24 hours. There was panic among residents of the coastal region, including the city, and farmers worried about devastating the river. He says that many bighas land are absorbed by the harvest in Ghaghra every year. The water level of Ghaghra at Gaurishankar Ghat was 69 meters on Thursday. On Wednesday it was 68.34 meters. The river’s water level was raised by 66 cm in 24 hours.

Threats to Shrines and Heritage Existence

Due to the rapid rise in Ghaghra’s water level, the existence of various historical heritages including Muktidham, Bharat Mata Mandir, Khaki Baba’s Hut, Dih Baba’s Temple, Hanuman Temple, Public Works Dak Bungalow, Shahi Masjid is threatened. On the other hand, people in coastal areas like Bahadurpur, Rampur Dhanauli, Nai Bazar, Navli, Saraya, Patnai, Thakurgaon, Godhni Biwipur, Tahirpur, Jamira Chauradih, Korauli, Belauli, Tkharhiya, Rasulpur and Surajpur are worried about flooding. Farmers are concerned about the possibility of drowning rice plants grown in the fields.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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