Sand mining – The crores worth of sand was dumped in the middle of the Ghaghra River

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Gondola. In order to keep the Bhikharipur-Sakraur dam from breaking, dredging and sewer works are being carried out in the middle of the Ghaghra River. The sand produced in this work is to be auctioned.
But in the middle of the river there is a heap of rupees several kilometers long and it is difficult to get sand from there because of the high water level on both sides of the heap. If the dump sand is not removed from the river before the coming monsoon in the third week of June, the sand will be returned to the river.
The Bhikharipur-Sakraur Dam was built in 2007 to save it from the floods of the Ghaghra River in Elli Parsauli under Tarabganj tehsil. This dam has been broken many times up to now.
Also last year, this dam near Vishun Purva by Elli Parsauli collapsed due to the rise in the water level of the Ghaghra River and erosion, losing several acres of traps and sinking the homes of dozens of villagers into the river. This time, dredging and canalization work will be carried out for 7.2 km to save the Bhikharipur Sakrour Dam from the waters of the Ghaghra River.
The responsibility for this work has been assigned to the UP Project Corporation. This project, started in the name of flood protection, aims to dig rivers and build their new stream. So that the dam can be saved from breaking.
The excavation of the Ghaghra River in Eli Parsauli resulted in sand worth several million rupees, which was dumped into the river itself. The river’s water level has increased due to the recent rainfall and the release of water into the river.
Where several million rupees worth of sand were dumped. The water level has risen on both sides. At this meeting, department officials themselves are calling for the auction of sand obtained from dredging and sewerage work.
The auction of sand must be carried out by the district administration. According to the monsoon scientist’s prediction, the monsoons will likely arrive in the third week of June. In which there are still about 10-15 days left. After the onset of the monsoons, the Ghaghra River water levels will rise and several million rupees worth of sand are expected to be reabsorbed into the river.
During the dredging and sewer works, there are landfills in the middle of the sand that comes from the Ghaghra River. The water level of the river is high on both sides of the dump sand. What can be removed from Ayodhya, the border district of Gonda, because to get to Elli Parsauli the river has to cover a long distance.
During the inspection by Jal Shakti Minister Mahendra Singh on Thursday, UPPCL officials also reported some disputes over sand extraction in Ayodhya district land. As a result, the completion of the work has been delayed. According to a UPPCL official, the cost of extracting more sand is billed than the cost of sand.

Gondola. In order to keep the Bhikharipur-Sakraur dam from breaking, dredging and sewer works are being carried out in the middle of the Ghaghra River. The sand produced in this work is to be auctioned.

But in the middle of the river there is a heap of rupees several kilometers long and it is difficult to get sand from there because of the high water level on both sides of the heap. If the dump sand is not removed from the river before the coming monsoon in the third week of June, the sand will be returned to the river.

The Bhikharipur-Sakraur Dam was built in 2007 to save it from the floods of the Ghaghra River in Elli Parsauli under Tarabganj tehsil. This dam has been broken many times up to now.

Also last year, this dam near Vishun Purva by Elli Parsauli collapsed due to the rise in the water level of the Ghaghra River and erosion, losing several acres of traps and sinking the homes of dozens of villagers into the river. This time, dredging and canalization work will be carried out for 7.2 km to save the Bhikharipur Sakrour Dam from the waters of the Ghaghra River.

The responsibility for this work has been assigned to the UP Project Corporation. This project, started in the name of flood protection, aims to dig rivers and build their new stream. So that the dam can be saved from breaking.

The excavation of the Ghaghra River in Eli Parsauli resulted in sand worth several million rupees, which was dumped into the river itself. The river’s water level has increased due to the recent rainfall and the release of water into the river.

Where several million rupees worth of sand were dumped. The water level has risen on both sides. At this meeting, department officials themselves are calling for the auction of sand obtained from dredging and sewerage work.

The auction of sand must be carried out by the district administration. According to the monsoon scientist’s prediction, the monsoons will likely arrive in the third week of June. In which there are still about 10-15 days left. After the onset of the monsoons, the Ghaghra River water levels will rise and several million rupees worth of sand are expected to be reabsorbed into the river.

During the dredging and sewer works, there are landfills in the middle of the sand that comes from the Ghaghra River. The water level of the river is high on both sides of the dump sand. What can be removed from Ayodhya, the border district of Gonda, because to get to Elli Parsauli the river has to cover a long distance.

During the inspection by Jal Shakti Minister Mahendra Singh on Thursday, UPPCL officials also reported some disputes over sand extraction in Ayodhya County land. As a result, the completion of the work has been delayed. According to a UPPCL official, the cost of extracting more sand is billed than the cost of sand.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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