Rapti’s water level reached four centimeters above the warning point

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Balrampur. The water level of the Rapti River rises due to heavy rains on the hills. At 4 p.m. on Friday, the water level of the Rapti River reached four centimeters above the warning point. Due to the rise in water levels, the erosion of the Rapti River is wreaking havoc on the villagers of the lower areas. In the area of ​​the Maharajganj Terai and Gaura Chauraha Police Stations, normal life is still disrupted due to the floods in the mountain drains.
On Friday the weather stayed clear all day. Previously, people faced a lot of misery due to the rains of the past few days due to the flooding in the downhill rivers in Maharajganj Terai and the Gaura Chauraha police station.
Traffic has still not been restored due to the flood on the main road at the Tulsipur-Gaura intersection of the Gaura Chauraha Police Station. Local and distant people have to cross the Datrangwa Dip and risk their lives in the floods. A bypass of the bridge will be built for one year near Kauvapur train station.
Due to incomplete construction, traffic has not yet been restored as it is semi-incomplete. The people of the area are forced to cross the bridge with the help of rails and bullets. Meraj, Skill Work Assistant at Sisai Ghat, said the water level of the Rapti River remained 4 cm above the warning point until 4 p.m. on Friday evening.
Rapti’s water level has reached 103.66 meters after crossing the warning point of 103.62 meters. The erosion in the lower-lying areas has increased due to the rise in the water level of Rapti. The Rapti River cuts into more than 30 villages in the Sadar and Utraula Tehsil region.
ADM Finance and Revenue Arun Kumar Shukla said XEN was hired by PWD to build the incomplete bridge near Kauwapur in Maharajganj Terai. The flood department officials were instructed to organize boats for the local population to cross the Datarangwa Depression and prevent erosion in the low-lying areas of the Rapti River.

Balrampur. The water level of the Rapti River rises due to heavy rains on the hills. At 4 p.m. on Friday, the water level of the Rapti River reached four centimeters above the warning point. Due to the rise in water levels, the erosion of the Rapti River is wreaking havoc on the villagers of the lower areas. In the area of ​​the Maharajganj Terai and Gaura Chauraha Police Stations, normal life is still disrupted due to the floods in the mountain drains.

On Friday the weather stayed clear all day. Previously, people faced a lot of misery due to the rains of the past few days due to the flooding in the downhill rivers in Maharajganj Terai and the Gaura Chauraha police station.

Traffic has still not been restored due to the flood on the main road at the Tulsipur-Gaura intersection of the Gaura Chauraha Police Station. Local and distant people have to cross the Datrangwa Dip and risk their lives in the floods. A bypass of the bridge will be built for one year near Kauvapur train station.

Due to incomplete construction, traffic has not yet been restored as it is semi-incomplete. The people of the area are forced to cross the bridge with the help of rails and bullets. Meraj, Skill Work Assistant at Sisai Ghat, said the water level of the Rapti River remained 4 cm above the warning point until 4 p.m. on Friday evening.

Rapti’s water level has reached 103.66 meters after crossing the warning point of 103.62 meters. The erosion in the lower-lying areas has increased due to the rise in the water level of Rapti. The Rapti River cuts into more than 30 villages in the Sadar and Utraula Tehsil region.

ADM Finance and Revenue Arun Kumar Shukla said XEN was hired by PWD to build the incomplete bridge near Kauwapur in Maharajganj Terai. The flood department officials were instructed to organize boats for the local population to cross the Datarangwa Depression and prevent erosion in the low-lying areas of the Rapti River.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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