Rivers overflowed, seven houses were demolished

A woman carrying wood by the river in Naginapurwa of Reusa. (Conversation)
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Reusa / Rampur Mathura (Sitapur). The Sharda and Saryu rivers overflow in the Terai area. Due to the rise in water levels, these rivers have started to erode quickly. Half of the houses of the seven families of Parameshwarapurva were circumcised in the JD of the cut. Six houses of Rampur Mathura Gram Panchayat Kanarkhi have reached the mouth of the Katan. Because of this, these people flee. On Sunday, 2.86 Lakh Kusec water was released into the rivers from the Lakhimpur Dam.
It will reach the district late into the night. ADM and Executive Engineer inspected Faujdarpurwa and saw the situation there. In the rivers that flow in the Terai area, water continuously flows from barrages. As a result, the water level rises very quickly. The populations of Faujdarpurwa and Parmeshwarpurwa are hardest hit by the erosion.
Due to the intensification of deforestation on Sunday, the homes of Gayadin, Lalaram, Saktu, Dheera, Vishram, Sardar, Tiratharam were hit by Parameshwarapurwa. Half of these people’s homes were cut down due to erosion. Only part of the house has been preserved. They will also be cut soon. In Faujdarpurwa, 10 bighas land were cleared. So far the water has not got into the village or onto the streets.
Because of this, people are migrating to safer places before the floods. On Sunday, 1.40 lakh Cusecs of water were released from the Lakhimpur Dam in the Saryu River and 1.46 lakh Cusecs in the Sharda River. People are frightened because of the rise in the water level of the Saryu River in the Rampur Mathura block of Mahmudabad Tehsil. Water has near villages such as Misranpurwa and Fattepurwa by Ataura Gram Panchayat, Sontipurwa, Akhri and Shankarpurwa by Gram Panchayat Kanrakhi etc. Therefore, six houses in these villages are threatened.
Villagers say that if the rate of cut continues, the homes of Shivanandan, Gaya Prasad, Wooddu, Narendra, Amit Kumar, Malkhe of Dubeypurwa, and Fattepurwa will come under the JD of cut. Likewise, three houses in Sontipurwa have reached the vicinity of Katan. In Akhri and Shankarpurwa, the river cuts rapidly towards the fields.
ADM Vinay Pathak and chief engineer Sharda Canal Vishal Porwal inspected Faujdarpurwa and Parameshwarapurwa. ADM distributed plans here to those in need. Vishal Porwal said construction is proceeding quickly. Efforts are being made to stop river erosion. 2.86 Lakh Kusec water released from the barrages will come at night.
Arrangement of wood that puts life in danger
The water also rises rapidly towards Naginapurwa from Reusa. On Sunday, when Usha and Lali from the village came out of the house to get food, the water in the rivers had risen considerably. There was no wood in the house to light the stove. Usha and Lali then reached into the water without caring about their lives. She went through the water to her fields. Somehow collected wood from there. After that came back through water. These women said that the water was increasing, but wood was also needed. If we don’t bring wood, it will be difficult to burn the house’s stove.

Reusa / Rampur Mathura (Sitapur). The Sharda and Saryu rivers overflow in the Terai area. Due to the rise in water levels, these rivers have started to erode quickly. Half of the homes of the seven Parameshwarapurva families were destroyed in the JD of the demolition. Six houses of Rampur Mathura Gram Panchayat Kanarkhi have reached the mouth of the Katan. That is why these people are fleeing. On Sunday, 2.86 Lakh Kusec water was released into the rivers from the Lakhimpur Dam.

It will reach the district late into the night. ADM and Executive Engineer inspected Faujdarpurwa and saw the situation there. In the rivers that flow in the Terai area, water continuously flows from barrages. As a result, the water level rises very quickly. The populations of Faujdarpurwa and Parmeshwarpurwa are hardest hit by the erosion.

Due to the intensification of deforestation on Sunday, the homes of Gayadin, Lalaram, Saktu, Dheera, Vishram, Sardar, Tiratharam were hit by Parameshwarapurwa. Half of these people’s homes were cut down due to erosion. Only part of the house has been preserved. They will also be cut soon. In Faujdarpurwa, 10 bighas land were cleared. So far the water has not got into the village or onto the streets.

Because of this, people are migrating to safer places before the floods. On Sunday, 1.40 lakh Cusec water was released from the Lakhimpur Dam in the Saryu River and 1.46 lakh Cusec in the Sharda River. People are frightened because of the rise in the water level of the Saryu River in the Rampur Mathura block of Mahmudabad Tehsil. Water has near villages such as Misranpurwa and Fattepurwa by Ataura Gram Panchayat, Sontipurwa, Akhri and Shankarpurwa by Gram Panchayat Kanrakhi etc. Therefore, six houses in these villages are threatened.

Villagers say that if the rate of cut continues, the homes of Shivanandan, Gaya Prasad, Wooddu, Narendra, Amit Kumar, Malkhe of Dubeypurwa, and Fattepurwa will come under the JD of cut. Likewise, three houses in Sontipurwa have reached the vicinity of Katan. In Akhri and Shankarpurwa, the river cuts rapidly towards the fields.

ADM Vinay Pathak and chief engineer Sharda Canal Vishal Porwal inspected Faujdarpurwa and Parameshwarapurwa. ADM distributed plans here to those in need. Vishal Porwal said construction is proceeding quickly. Efforts are being made to stop river erosion. 2.86 Lakh Kusec water released from the barrages come at night.

Arrangement of wood that puts life in danger

The water also rises rapidly towards Naginapurwa from Reusa. On Sunday, when Usha and Lali from the village came out of the house to get food, the water in the rivers had risen considerably. There was no wood in the house to light the stove. Usha and Lali then reached into the water without caring about their lives. She went through the water to her fields. Somehow collected wood from there. After that came back through water. These women said that the water was increasing, but wood was also needed. If we don’t bring wood, it will be difficult to burn the house’s stove.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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