Rapti Water is desperate to touch the red mark

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Balrampur. The flood of the Rapti River is desperately trying to touch the red marker. Against the danger mark of 104.62 meters, it reached 104.53 meters by 6 p.m. on Friday. The water level in Rapti is rising at a rate of 3.4 mm per hour, which could cross the red mark by Saturday morning.
Due to the heavy rainfall in Nepal and the district over the past five days, there is a possibility of a flood of mountain streams along the Rapti River. There is a risk of flooding and erosion in the coastal areas of the Rapti River. The administration closely monitors the flooding and erosion of the Rapti River.
Together with the neighboring country of Nepal, the outbreak of rain in the district has continued for five days. Due to the rains in the hills and plains, the river and mountain streams increase more and more.
Meraj, a skilled worker stationed at the Sisai Ghat of the Rapti River in Sadar Block, said that the water level of the Rapti River was rising at a rate of 3.4 mm per hour due to heavy rainfall in the district and in the hills.
The water level of Rapti was measured on Friday until 5 p.m. at 104.53 meters, which is only 9 cm below the danger mark. Due to the flooding of the Rapti River, there is a risk of flooding and erosion in 350 villages of Sadar and Utraula Tehsils.
There is concern among the people here about this danger. In Sadar Tehsil, around 150 villages, including Lalpur Faguia, Jhaunna, Motha, Gosaipurwa, Belha and Lalajot, will be affected by the flooding of the Rapti River.
In Utraula Tehsil, Mazhari Bachhil, Nandmahra, Bammadih, Baghajot, Wajidpur, Pipri, Lakhma, Mahua, Babhanpurwa, Allipur, Amare Bharia, Kayamjot, Bagdih, Matiyaria Karma, Basvariadih, Khajuha, Januka, Die Dörfer, Ekdan Baram and Ekdanga will be affected by the floods of the Rapti River. The risk of erosion has also increased in more than 35 villages of Sadar and Utraula Tehsils. The Rapti River will begin to devour the precious land as well as the homes of the people.
Villagers Ankush Pandey, Vineet, Rajan, Vasudev, Krishna Dev, Ram Murat Verma and Ismail etc. said that people in the affected areas had got into trouble due to flooding. People will have to demolish their homes because of Rapti’s cut. The people in the flood-affected area have asked the government administration for help.
watch closely
Due to the rain for the past five days, floods on the Rapti River and downhill rivers are closely monitored. Along with the SDMs of the three Tehsils, Tehsildars, Revenue Inspectors and Light Lekhpals and Inspectors in charge of all Kotwali and Police stations have been instructed to keep an eye on the flooding and erosion of the Rapti River and downhill runs. The SDRF team also reached out to the district.
-Shruti, DM

Balrampur. The flood of the Rapti River is desperately trying to touch the red marker. Against the danger mark of 104.62 meters, it reached 104.53 meters by 6 p.m. on Friday. The water level in Rapti is rising at a rate of 3.4 mm per hour, which could cross the red mark by Saturday morning.

Due to the heavy rainfall in Nepal and the district over the past five days, there is a possibility of a flood of mountain streams along the Rapti River. There is a risk of flooding and erosion in the coastal areas of the Rapti River. The administration closely monitors the flooding and erosion of the Rapti River.

Together with the neighboring country of Nepal, the outbreak of rain in the district has continued for five days. Due to the rains in the hills and plains, the river and mountain streams increase more and more.

Meraj, a skilled worker stationed at the Sisai Ghat of the Rapti River in Sadar Block, said that the water level of the Rapti River was rising at a rate of 3.4 mm per hour due to heavy rainfall in the district and in the hills.

The water level of Rapti was measured on Friday until 5 p.m. at 104.53 meters, which is only 9 cm below the danger mark. Due to the flooding of the Rapti River, there is a risk of flooding and erosion in 350 villages of Sadar and Utraula Tehsils.

There is concern among the people here about this danger. In Sadar Tehsil, around 150 villages, including Lalpur Faguia, Jhaunna, Motha, Gosaipurwa, Belha and Lalajot, will be affected by the flooding of the Rapti River.

In Utraula Tehsil, Mazhari Bachhil, Nandmahra, Bammadih, Baghajot, Wajidpur, Pipri, Lakhma, Mahua, Babhanpurwa, Allipur, Amare Bharia, Kayamjot, Bagdih, Matiyaria Karma, Basvariadih, Khajuha, Januka, Die Dörfer, Ekdan Baram and Ekdanga will be affected by the floods of the Rapti River. The risk of erosion has also increased in more than 35 villages of Sadar and Utraula Tehsils. The Rapti River will begin to devour the precious land as well as the homes of the people.

Villagers Ankush Pandey, Vineet, Rajan, Vasudev, Krishna Dev, Ram Murat Verma and Ismail etc. said that people in the affected areas had got into trouble due to flooding. People will have to demolish their homes because of Rapti’s cut. The people in the flood-affected area have asked the government administration for help.

watch closely

Due to the rain for the past five days, floods on the Rapti River and downhill rivers are closely monitored. Along with the SDMs of the three Tehsils, Tehsildars, Revenue Inspectors and Light Lekhpals and Inspectors in charge of all Kotwali and Police stations have been instructed to keep an eye on the flooding and erosion of the Rapti River and downhill runs. The SDRF team also reached out to the district.

-Shruti, DM

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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