Sarayoo River above the danger level in Barhaj

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Saryu River reaches danger mark, flood posts on alert
Barhaj. There has been an influx in the Saryu River for a week. The water level of the river rises continuously. The river has flowed 25 cm above the hazard mark in the last 24 hours. Officials have lost sleep due to rising water levels. The administration has alerted all flood posts.
On Sunday, the Saryu River flows at 66.75, 25 cm above the danger mark of 66.50. The water spreads quickly across the fields everywhere. Bhadila became the first Marund due to floods in Saryu and Rapti. At the same time, the flood is moving towards the villages like Kuvaich Tola, Katilwa, Mathias, Nautola, Beldod, etc. The river is building up pressure near the village of Mehiywan near Ramjanki Marg. Because of this, the possibility of erosion has increased in some places. The rising water level of the river has heightened concern for people in the coastal villages. Because of the sunken fields, the problem of forage for cattle has worsened. The administration has set up a boat for traffic in the village of Bhadila Awwal, which is stranded on all sides. While 12 flood posts were alerted. SDM Sanjeev Kumar Yadav said the river flows over the danger mark. At the moment the situation is normal.
The river Saryu is 18 cm below the danger markings of the Turtipar regulator
Bhagalpur. Due to the rain in the hills and plains, the river continued to rise for the third day in a row on Sunday. The water level of the river was measured at 3 p.m. at the Turtipar regulator at 64.12 meters. The flow increases at a rate of one centimeter per hour. This has caused panic among people in the coastal areas. According to officials from the Central Water Commission, the water level of the river at Turtipar Head is rising steadily. He is being watched.
The danger mark on the Turtipar regulator is 64.30 meters. The river has reached 64.12 m. That is 18 cm below the danger mark. Due to the negligence of the department, holes have been created in many parts of the Bhagalpur Mile Road. Due to a lack of repair work on the Chittupur regulator, the river’s water spreads rapidly towards the residential area. The water level of the river has risen 25 cm in 24 hours. Central Water Commission junior engineer said the river was rising rapidly due to the rains. The water level of the river is monitored.

Saryu River reaches danger mark, flood posts on alert

Barhaj. There has been an influx in the Saryu River for a week. The water level of the river rises continuously. The river has flowed 25 cm above the hazard mark in the last 24 hours. Officials have lost sleep due to rising water levels. The administration has alerted all flood posts.

On Sunday, the Saryu River flows at 66.75, 25 cm above the danger mark of 66.50. The water spreads rapidly over the fields. Bhadila became the first Marund due to floods in Saryu and Rapti. At the same time, the flood is moving towards the villages like Kuvaich Tola, Katilwa, Mathias, Nautola, Beldod, etc. The river is building up pressure near the village of Mehiywan near Ramjanki Marg. Because of this, the possibility of erosion has increased in some places. The rising water level of the river has heightened concern for people in the coastal villages. Because of the sunken fields, the problem of feed for cattle has worsened. The administration has set up a boat for traffic in the village of Bhadila Awwal, which is stranded on all sides. While 12 flood posts were alerted. SDM Sanjeev Kumar Yadav said the river flows over the danger mark. At the moment the situation is normal.

The river Saryu is 18 cm below the danger markings of the Turtipar regulator

Bhagalpur. Due to the rain in the hills and plains, the river continued to rise for the third day in a row on Sunday. The water level of the river was measured at 3 p.m. at the Turtipar regulator at 64.12 meters. The flow increases at a rate of one centimeter per hour. This has caused panic among people in the coastal areas. According to officials from the Central Water Commission, the water level of the river at Turtipar Head is rising steadily. He is being watched.

The danger mark on the Turtipar regulator is 64.30 meters. The river has reached 64.12 m. That is 18 cm below the danger mark. Due to the negligence of the department, holes have been created in many parts of the Bhagalpur Mile Road. Due to a lack of repair work on the Chittupur regulator, the river’s water spreads rapidly towards the residential area. The water level of the river has risen 25 cm in 24 hours. Central Water Commission junior engineer said the river was rising rapidly due to the rains. The water level of the river is monitored.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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