Public facilities – Officials repeatedly denied the harvest, 40 hectares of land were in Sharda. absorbed

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Pilibhit. The erosion continues amid the fluctuating water level of the Sharda River. But the person responsible is not ready to accept the cut. Something similar happens in the area of ​​Ramnagara Bujhiya opposite the Sharda Sagar Dam. The river has devoured 40 hectares of farmland by continuously cutting it here. In addition, standing plants from around 100 hectares of land were also submerged. With the condition of the agricultural crops, the farmers’ faces are starting to wither. Here the panicked farmers, seeing no relief, have even started rescue work to stop the harvest.
During the rains this time in the Sharda River, there have been three floods so far. Although the situation of cutting occurred in Naldanga, Nagarikhurd in the Kalinagar Tehsil area and several other locations, the maximum damage was done in the Ramnagara Bujhiya area in front of the Sharda Sagar Dam. Here the river moves forward and cuts from both sides. The day before, the river began to cut to the right bank at high speed. This situation has not existed for a day or two, but for a week. What is special is that the engineers of the responsible flood section had denied erosion here. The department’s engineers said the harvest does not take place in the agricultural field, but rather on the land left behind by the river in previous years. Here a day ago, when the harvest started quickly here, the farmers were appalled. Seeing no help to stop the harvest, panicked farmers rushed out of their houses with saws and axes. Farmers began to cut down trees that were in the fields and put them on the banks of the river. At present, the river bank was moving through the area of ​​Ramnagara Bujhiya towards the population of many villages. Because of this, hundreds of acres of agricultural crops have been submerged in water.
no rescue work yet
In the Ramnagara Bujhiya area, the irrigation department did not do much in the name of flood rescue this time around. Farmers say this situation would not have occurred had the department only carried out temporary rescue work. According to the farmers, so far 40 hectares of farmland have been taken into the river by more than 10 farmers including Sandeep, Kishanchand, Ram Vishal, Billu Rajbhar, Kewal Singh, Satyaveer Singh of the village. Apart from that, sugar cane, rice and banana cultivation on 100 hectares of land by more than 20 farmers, including Amrik Singh, Amarjit Singh, Ranjit Singh, Dalveer Kaur, Gurdeep Singh, Pratak Singh, are completely under water. These farmers say that the harvest is on the verge of ruin if the water from the river bank seeps in multiple times.
When the chief engineer saw the deteriorating situation, he reached the point.
After receiving information about the deteriorating situation in the Ramanagara Bujhiya area a day ago, the chief engineer of the flood department, Shailesh Kumar, arrived at the site along with assistant engineer Dhruv Narayan. The farmers informed the engineers about the situation. It is said that the engineers asked the farmers to make arrangements for the workers and asked them to cooperate. The farmers then refused and only asked that the trees be felled and placed on the banks of the river. To stop the cutting, the executive engineer instructed four bamboo cutters to start working.

Pilibhit. The erosion continues amid the fluctuating water level of the Sharda River. But the person responsible is not ready to accept the cut. Something similar happens in the area of ​​Ramnagara Bujhiya opposite the Sharda Sagar Dam. The river has devoured 40 hectares of farmland by continuously cutting it here. In addition, standing plants from around 100 hectares of land were also submerged. With the condition of the agricultural crops, the farmers’ faces are starting to wither. Here the panicked farmers, seeing no relief, have even started rescue work to stop the harvest.

During the rains this time in the Sharda River, there have been three floods so far. Although the situation of cutting occurred in Naldanga, Nagarikhurd in the Kalinagar Tehsil area and several other locations, the maximum damage was done in the Ramnagara Bujhiya area in front of the Sharda Sagar Dam. Here the river moves forward and cuts from both sides. The day before, the river began to cut to the right bank at high speed. This situation has not existed for a day or two, but for a week. What is special is that the engineers of the responsible flood section had denied erosion here. The department’s engineers said the harvest does not take place in the agricultural field, but rather on the land left behind by the river in previous years. Here a day ago, when the harvest started quickly here, the farmers were appalled. Seeing no help to stop the harvest, panicked farmers rushed out of their houses with saws and axes. The farmers began to cut down trees that were in the fields and put them on the banks of the river. At present, the river bank was moving through the area of ​​Ramnagara Bujhiya towards the population of many villages. Because of this, hundreds of acres of agricultural crops have been submerged in water.

no rescue work yet

In the Ramnagara Bujhiya area, the irrigation department did not do much in the name of flood rescue this time around. Farmers say this situation would not have occurred had the department only carried out temporary rescue work. According to the farmers, so far 40 hectares of farmland have been taken into the river by more than 10 farmers including Sandeep, Kishanchand, Ram Vishal, Billu Rajbhar, Kewal Singh, Satyaveer Singh of the village. Apart from that, sugar cane, rice and banana cultivation on 100 hectares of land by more than 20 farmers, including Amrik Singh, Amarjit Singh, Ranjit Singh, Dalveer Kaur, Gurdeep Singh, Pratak Singh, are completely under water. These farmers say that the harvest is on the verge of ruin if the water from the river bank seeps in multiple times.

When the chief engineer saw the deteriorating situation, he reached the point.

After receiving information about the deteriorating situation in the Ramanagara Bujhiya area a day ago, the chief engineer of the flood department, Shailesh Kumar, arrived at the site along with assistant engineer Dhruv Narayan. The farmers informed the engineers about the situation. It is said that the engineers asked the farmers to make arrangements for the workers and asked them to cooperate. The farmers then refused and only asked that the trees be felled and placed on the banks of the river. To stop the cutting, the executive engineer instructed four bamboo cutters to start working.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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