Rapti And Gorra Rivers Cutting Fast – Five meter dam cut in Gaighat, MoS inspected

Five meter dam cut in Gaighat, Minister of State inspected
Rudrapur. Heavy erosion has started on the embankments after the water level of Rapti and Gorra rivers went down drastically. The condition of the embankment at Gaighat is worrying. Heavy cutting has been happening here for two days. The stream of the river is backrolling directly near the dam. Efforts by the Irrigation Department to stop the erosion by pouring Parcopine of concrete in the stream are not effective. A five meter dam was cut on Wednesday.
Minister of State Jaiprakash Nishad along with the team of engineers of the Irrigation Department inspected the harvesting sites. He instructed XEN to save the dam at all costs. The Minister of State, who reached the spot after the approach collapsed in Narayanpur, took stock of the situation. He took stock of the site of felling at Gaighat and the dam at Kevatalia. He said that the water level of the river is decreasing rapidly. The leakage from the dams has stopped as the water level receded. Strict instructions have been given to the Irrigation Department to stop logging in Gaighat. Here the river is rolling back but the situation is under control. No heat will be allowed on Gaighat village. A team of five engineers of the Irrigation Department is working at the site of the harvesting. All efforts have been made to save the dam. The dam at Gaighat will be protected at all costs. Said that there was heavy pressure on the Tighra Marachhi dam after the water level rose above the high flood level. But by getting the dam pierced, the crisis on Doaba has been averted. Rudrapur has been declared as a high alert zone for floods. The team of administration and irrigation department is working day and night here. Due to the team work of the administration, the crisis of disaster has almost been averted. No loss of life will be allowed this time due to floods. On this occasion SDM Sanjeev Kumar Upadhyay, XEN Narendra Jadia, AE Sachin Agarwal, Sangamdhar Dubey, Mahesh Mani, Jitendra Gupta, Dheeraj Tiwari etc. were present.

Five meter dam cut in Gaighat, Minister of State inspected

Rudrapur. Heavy erosion has started on the embankments after the water level of Rapti and Gorra rivers went down drastically. The condition of the embankment at Gaighat is worrying. Heavy cutting has been happening here for two days. The stream of the river is backrolling directly near the dam. Efforts by the Irrigation Department to stop the erosion by pouring Parcopine of concrete in the stream are not effective. Five meters dam was cut on Wednesday.

Minister of State Jaiprakash Nishad along with the team of engineers of the Irrigation Department inspected the harvesting sites. He instructed XEN to save the dam at all costs. The Minister of State, who reached the spot after the approach collapsed in Narayanpur, took stock of the situation. He took stock of the site of felling at Gaighat and the dam at Kevatalia. He said that the water level of the river is decreasing rapidly. The leakage from the dams has stopped as the water level receded. Strict instructions have been given to the Irrigation Department to stop the harvesting in Gaighat. Here the river is rolling back but the situation is under control. No heat will be allowed on Gaighat village. A team of five engineers of the Irrigation Department is working at the site of the harvesting. All efforts have been made to save the dam. The dam at Gaighat will be protected at all costs. Said that there was heavy pressure on the Tighra Marachhi dam after the water level rose above the high flood level. But by getting the dam pierced, the crisis on Doaba has been averted. Rudrapur has been declared as a high alert zone for floods. The team of administration and irrigation department is working day and night here. Due to the team work of the administration, the crisis of disaster has almost been averted. No loss of public money will be allowed this time due to floods. On this occasion SDM Sanjeev Kumar Upadhyay, XEN Narendra Jadia, AE Sachin Agarwal, Sangamdhar Dubey, Mahesh Mani, Jitendra Gupta, Dheeraj Tiwari etc. were present.

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