Rapti cuts the sharp, 100-meter-long embankment covered in the river

The Rapti River cuts into Cachar. off quickly
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Shravasti. Along with the falling water level, the Rapti River has increased erosion on its banks. For this reason, a hundred meters of dam was cut and transferred into the river. At the same time, many bighas of agricultural land were cut down and merged with the course of the river. The streams of Rapti are still cutting off fast. The heartbeat of the people of Cachar has increased against this backdrop.
The water level of the Rapti River had reached near the danger mark after the recent rains in the mountains including Nepal. Which is now slowly decreasing. Along with the falling water level, the river’s currents have increased erosion on its banks. For this reason, the Parsa Dehria Tilakpur dam, which is located at Majra Parasia of Bhawaninagar Parasia village in the Jamunha tehsil area, was cut 100 meters and merged with the Rapti River. At the same time, Badlu Ram’s farm, Matabar Prasad, near the dam, is also being cut up and absorbed by the Rapti River. In addition, thirty-seven and a half bighas in the village of Manikapur, which is located in the river basin, 25 bighas in Manikapur Pazha, and 25 bighas farmland in the village of Parisiya were cut down and added to the river.
The situation is similar in other villages in the Cachar region. Where the current of the Rapti River moves forward, after cutting the fields, barns and chakmarg etc. At the same time, relief and salvage work is carried out on a war basis from the flood section to prevent further parts of the embankment from being cut. In addition, the deputy collectors Jamunha Pravendra Kumar, Tehsildar Narayan Singh, Halka Lekhpal Badrul Haque etc. are present on site after the harvest report. Who is monitoring the rescue work?

Shravasti. Along with the falling water level, the Rapti River has increased erosion on its banks. For this reason, a hundred meters of dam was cut and transferred into the river. At the same time, many bighas of agricultural land were cut down and merged with the course of the river. The streams of Rapti are still cutting off fast. The heartbeat of the people of Cachar has increased against this backdrop.

The water level of the Rapti River had reached near the danger mark after the recent rains in the mountains including Nepal. Which is now slowly decreasing. Along with the falling water level, the river’s currents have increased erosion on its banks. For this reason, the Parsa Dehria Tilakpur dam, which is located at Majra Parasia of Bhawaninagar Parasia village in the Jamunha tehsil area, was cut 100 meters and merged with the Rapti River. At the same time, Badlu Ram’s farm, Matabar Prasad, which is near the dam, is also cut and absorbed by the Rapti River. In addition, thirty-seven and a half bighas in the village of Manikapur, which is located in the river basin, 25 bighas in Manikapur Pajha, and 25 bighas of agricultural land in the village of Parisiya have been cut down and added to the river stream.

The situation is similar in other villages in the Cachar region. Where the current of the Rapti River moves forward, after cutting the fields, barns and chakmarg etc. At the same time, relief and salvage work is carried out on a war basis from the flood section to prevent further parts of the embankment from being cut. In addition, the deputy collectors Jamunha Pravendra Kumar, Tehsildar Narayan Singh, Halka Lekhpal Badrul Haque etc. are present on site after the harvest report. Who is monitoring the rescue work?

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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