Relief Work Affected By Floods In Yamuna, Payaswani Rivers

Photo-6- Villagers going to a safe place by boat after the water of Yamuna river reaches Arki Sardhua. Dialogue – Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Mau/Rajapur (Chitrakoot). Rivers and drains are also in spate due to the rise in water level in Yamuna and Payaswani rivers. Due to which many works are being affected. The crops of the farmers are also getting ruined due to water logging in the crop. Normal life is affected by the floods in the towns and villages of the Mau region. People are being sent to a safer place. Dudhiya Rakesh Kumar of Mandore village, Arjun Prasad of Mavai Kala village told that due to the problem of floods, they are not able to sell milk. Laborers Sunil Kumar, Aarti and Monu told that they used to go to Mau town everyday to do wages from the village. Work is closed at this time. The farmers growing vegetables have suffered the most. The electricity of dozens of villages on the banks of Tihar area of ​​Rajapur has been closed for two days. People are forced to watch the rising water of Yamuna with the help of torches at night during the rainy season. The district administration is running boats at many places for the arrival of the villagers. By 7 pm on Saturday, it had reached 90.48 meters. The danger mark is 93.20 meters. Mau/Rajapur crop damaged due to water filling in the fields. The crops of the farmers have been submerged due to the floods in the Yamuna river. Farmers Dayashankar Tripathi, Dev Nath Umesh Tripathi, Rajesh and Indresh Tripathi told that at this time more cost is incurred in preparing the crop than for plowing the manure, seeds. Due to the flood in Yamuna, his sesame crop was completely submerged. In the same Rajapur area, the Kharif crop has been damaged due to water logging in the fields of some farmers of Arki and Vilas villages. Chhote Pidhiya, district convener of Bharatiya Kisan Union of Tihar region said that Kharif crops of about one and a half dozen villages have completely submerged and rotted. Rajkumar Tripathi, the former head of the village panchayat Bhedhadu, told that the Kharif crops sown in the mud necklace have been completely ruined. Photo-5- Farmer showing the destruction of vegetable crop due to the water of Yamuna river. Dialogue – Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Mau/Rajapur (Chitrakoot). Rivers and drains are also in spate due to the rise in water level in Yamuna and Payaswani rivers. Due to which many works are being affected. The crops of the farmers are also getting ruined due to water logging in the crop. Normal life is affected by the floods in the towns and villages of the Mau region. People are being sent to a safer place. Dudhiya Rakesh Kumar of Mandore village, Arjun Prasad of Mavai Kala village told that due to the problem of floods, they are not able to sell milk. Laborers Sunil Kumar, Aarti and Monu told that they used to go to Mau town everyday to do wages from the village. Work is closed at this time. The farmers growing vegetables have suffered the most. The electricity of dozens of villages on the banks of Tihar area of ​​Rajapur has been closed for two days. People are forced to watch the rising water of Yamuna with the help of torches at night during the rainy season. The district administration is running boats at many places for the arrival of the villagers. By 7 pm on Saturday, it had reached 90.48 meters. The danger mark is 93.20 meters. Mau/Rajapur crop damaged due to water filling in the fields. The crops of the farmers have been submerged due to the floods in the Yamuna river. Farmers Dayashankar Tripathi, Dev Nath Umesh Tripathi, Rajesh and Indresh Tripathi told that at this time more cost is incurred in preparing the crop than for plowing the manure, seeds. Due to the flood in Yamuna, his sesame crop was completely submerged. In the same Rajapur area, the Kharif crop has been damaged due to water logging in the fields of some farmers of Arki and Vilas villages. Chhote Pidhiya, district convener of Bharatiya Kisan Union of Tihar region said that Kharif crops of about one and a half dozen villages have completely submerged and rotted. Rajkumar Tripathi, the former head of the village panchayat Bhedhadu, told that the Kharif crops sown in the mud necklace have been completely ruined. Photo-5- Farmer showing the destruction of vegetable crop due to the water of Yamuna river. Dialogue – Photo : CHITRAKOOT

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