Repair work on the interrupted track has begun

Repair work on the broken line has started
Haldaur. The canal route was interrupted on Tuesday in the forest near the village of Shadipur Milak. The villagers did not allow the broken track to be repaired before receiving compensation for the harvest. The farmers agreed to promise compensation to JE farmers from the Ministry of Irrigation. The repair of the defective route started on Thursday.
Two days ago, near the village of Shadipur Milak, the crops of sugar cane, chari, millet and corn etc. of farmers like Raju, Dharmendra Singh, Dataram, Bhupendra Singh, Mahendra Singh, Ompal Singh etc. were flooded and due to the collapse of the canal the people who went into the village. The road was wet too. Because of this, the villagers had many problems commuting. The farmers phoned the irrigation department to report the matter. After that, the water in the canal was stopped. The angry villagers did not allow the track to be repaired until compensation for the harvest was paid. On Thursday, JE Narendra Kumar of the Irrigation Department told the farmers that they would receive compensation for their damaged crops. Then the farmers calmed down. JE started repairing the broken sewer with the help of saboteurs and workers.

Repair work on the broken line has started

Haldaur. The canal route was interrupted on Tuesday in the forest near the village of Shadipur Milak. The villagers did not allow the broken track to be repaired before receiving compensation for the harvest. The farmers agreed to promise compensation to JE farmers from the Ministry of Irrigation. The repair of the defective route started on Thursday.

Two days ago, near the village of Shadipur Milak, the crops of sugar cane, chari, millet and corn etc. of farmers like Raju, Dharmendra Singh, Dataram, Bhupendra Singh, Mahendra Singh, Ompal Singh etc. were flooded and due to the collapse of the canal the people who went into the village. The road was wet too. Because of this, the villagers had many problems commuting. The farmers phoned the irrigation department to report the matter. After that, the water in the canal was stopped. The angry villagers did not allow the track to be repaired until compensation for the harvest was paid. On Thursday, JE Narendra Kumar of the Irrigation Department told the farmers that they would receive compensation for their damaged crops. Then the farmers calmed down. JE started repairing the broken sewer with the help of saboteurs and workers.

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