Public facilities – 2.23 lakh Kusec water released in Sharda, villagers are shocked by the villages on the banks of the river

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Pilibhit. 2.23 Lakh Kusec water was released from the Banvasa Dam in the Sharda River on Sunday. As a result, the flood reached the villages on the riverbank. To save the houses from being cut down, the villagers have taken self-defense measures. Due to the constantly rising water level in the river, the fields were also completely flooded. The harrows and engines kept in the fields were also washed away. Officials say the water level of the Sharda River has been falling since last night.
The water released from the Banvasa Dam by the heavy rains on the hills and the waters of the Jagbuda River in Nepal have started to devastate the Sharda River. On Sunday, 2.23 lakh cusec of water was released from the Vanbasa Dam into the Sharda River, while 1.90 lakh cusec of water was released the day before. The situation began to worsen on Saturday night as large quantities of water were released into the river. The flood entered the Gabhia Sahrai and Naldanga areas of the Kalinagar Tehsil area. They were afraid of seeing the floods enter their homes early in the morning. Water could be seen far and wide in the fields. Pump units for irrigation in the fields and harrows for tillage were also washed away in the water. About 10 Gabhiya Sahrai’s homes are reported to have flooded. Here on Sunday the river bank turned to the right bank and began to cut in the direction of the Naldanga area. Here, the river has also targeted the homes of villagers Pradeep, Karthik and Nikhil, while cutting off the front portion of important Stumbling Block number 17 near flood protection works under construction. Panicked villagers have started evacuating the houses and taking essentials to the nearby state school and taking them to safety. At the same time, the villagers of the riverside village have started throwing bats and bushes off their plains to keep the houses from erosion so that their house cannot cut the river. As soon as the information was received, SDM Kalignar Yogesh Kumar Gaur reached the spot along with the revenue team. After examining the overall situation, information was obtained from the engineers. The SDM said the water’s edge collided with the stumbling block. The engineers were given the necessary guidelines. Here the SDO / Nodal Officer Control Room of the Barh Division informed Amit Kumar that more water had been released in the Sharda River on Saturday evening. On Saturday night the water level of the river sinks. In addition to the departmental engineers, administrative officials also arrived. The water level is constantly monitored.
Three feet of water in Rahulnagar and Khirkiya Bargadia of Puranpur tehsil
Due to the release of water from the Banvasa Dam in the Sharda River for the second day in a row, the houses of Rahulnagar village and the sixth colony of Khirkiya Bargadia remained wet on the second day. Most people had to stay awake at night for fear of flooding caused by rising water at night. On Sunday, when the water did not decrease, people took out their belongings and took shelter in high places. Due to the water filling in the houses, no food was prepared in many houses on the second day on Sunday either. Because of this, people got hungry. On Sunday afternoon, Pradhan Basudev Kundu prepared food on behalf of the Gram Panchayat and distributed it to some people. On Sunday, ADM Atul Singh, CDO Prashant Srivastava, SDM Rajendra Prasad, along with the irrigation department officials and the health department team, arrived in the village. The health department team distributed medicines to some people in the village. The officials said the river’s water level will soon drop. SDM Rajendra Prasad said there was no flood situation in the village yet.

Pilibhit. 2.23 Lakh Kusec water was released from the Banvasa Dam in the Sharda River on Sunday. As a result, the flood reached the villages on the riverbank. To save the houses from being cut down, the villagers have taken self-defense measures. Due to the constantly rising water level in the river, the fields were also completely flooded. The harrows and engines kept in the fields were also washed away. Officials say the water level of the Sharda River has been falling since last night.

The water released from the Banvasa Dam by the heavy rains on the hills and the waters of the Jagbuda River in Nepal have started to devastate the Sharda River. On Sunday, 2.23 lakh cusec of water was released from the Vanbasa Dam into the Sharda River, while 1.90 lakh cusec of water was released the day before. The situation began to worsen on Saturday night as large quantities of water were released into the river. The flood entered the Gabhia Sahrai and Naldanga areas of the Kalinagar Tehsil area. They were afraid of seeing the floods enter their homes early in the morning. Water could be seen far and wide in the fields. Pump units for irrigation in the fields and harrows for tillage were also washed away in the water. About 10 Gabhiya Sahrai’s homes are reported to have flooded. Here on Sunday the river bank turned to the right bank and began to cut in the direction of the Naldanga area. Here, the river has also targeted the homes of villagers Pradeep, Karthik and Nikhil, while cutting off the front portion of important Stumbling Block number 17 near flood protection works under construction. Panicked villagers have started evacuating the houses and taking essentials to the nearby state school and taking them to safety. At the same time, the villagers of the riverside village have started throwing bats and bushes off their plains to keep the houses from erosion so that their house cannot cut the river. As soon as the information was received, SDM Kalignar Yogesh Kumar Gaur reached the spot along with the revenue team. After examining the overall situation, information was obtained from the engineers. The SDM said the jet of water hits the stumbling block. The engineers were given the necessary guidelines. Here the SDO / Nodal Officer Control Room of the Barh Division informed Amit Kumar that more water had been released in the Sharda River on Saturday evening. On Saturday night the water level of the river sinks. In addition to the departmental engineers, administrative officials also arrived. The water level is constantly monitored.

Three feet of water in Rahulnagar and Khirkiya Bargadia of Puranpur tehsil

Due to the release of water from the Banvasa Dam in the Sharda River for the second day in a row, the houses of Rahulnagar village and the sixth colony of Khirkiya Bargadia remained wet on the second day. Most people had to stay awake at night for fear of flooding caused by rising water at night. On Sunday, when the water did not decrease, people took out their belongings and took shelter in high places. Due to the water filling in the houses, no food was prepared in many houses on the second day on Sunday either. Because of this, people became hungry. On Sunday afternoon, Pradhan Basudev Kundu prepared food on behalf of the Gram Panchayat and distributed it to some people. On Sunday, ADM Atul Singh, CDO Prashant Srivastava, SDM Rajendra Prasad, along with the irrigation department officials and the health department team, arrived in the village. The health department team distributed medicines to some people in the village. The officials said the river’s water level will soon drop. SDM Rajendra Prasad said there was no flood situation in the village yet.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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