Saryu desperately tries to cross the danger mark

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Gondola. The Saryu River is desperately trying to touch the danger mark. Due to the incessant rain, the ability to raise the water level has intensified the strikes of the villagers. The water level of the Saryu River tries desperately to touch the red danger mark amid the monsoon rains and the constant discharge of water from various barrages.
The risk of flooding has increased in more than a dozen Karnailganj villages. The people there have caused a sensation, and the administration has also intensified preparations. In the potential villages, the monitoring of the tax personnel has been intensified.
According to the Central Water Commission’s Elgin Bridge on Monday, the river’s water level was measured at 105,576 meters against the hazard mark of 106.07. which flows only a few centimeters below the warning point. On Sunday Sharda, Girja and Saryu were released from the barrage.
The total discharge was one lakh 43 thousand four hundred 43 cusec. On Monday the total discharge from Vairajas was registered with two lakh 69 thousand eight hundred 49. In the midst of the heavy rain alarm from the weather authorities, the rising water level at twice the speed of the barrages has drawn worry lines on the foreheads of the villagers who live in the coastal areas.
The surging waves of the Saryu River provide a terrifying picture of flooding every year. Hundreds of households and thousands of hectares of arable land are washed away by the flood of water. This time, too, the monsoon has knocked.
Boats are used in the Cachar areas in the name of rescue through flood posts erected by the Tehsil administration. Supervision by accountants. Apart from that, preparations are being made to distribute lai, grams, salt, rice, matches, mustard oil for their food and drinks, but nobody has anything yet.
More than 12 villages, including Manjha Raipur, Naipura, Parasaval, Kashipur, Tapesipa, are affected by the river’s flooding. Rising water levels in these villages have increased the risk of danger. The worst situation is from Nakhara, Behta and Naipura. All 12 houses here are on the verge of being completely submerged.
Most families migrate from the village to seek shelter in safer places or are forced to live at the flood stations set up by the local administration. Jagannath of Naipura and Ramlal of Manjha Raipur say that it is our compulsion to bear the brunt of the devastation of the flood.

Gondola. The Saryu River is desperately trying to touch the danger mark. Due to the incessant rain, the ability to raise the water level has intensified the strikes of the villagers. The water level of the Saryu River tries desperately to touch the red danger mark amid the monsoon rains and the constant discharge of water from various barrages.

The risk of flooding has increased in more than a dozen Karnailganj villages. The people there have caused a sensation, and the administration has also intensified preparations. In the potential villages, the monitoring of the tax personnel has been intensified.

According to the Central Water Commission’s Elgin Bridge on Monday, the river’s water level was measured at 105,576 meters against the hazard mark of 106.07. which flows only a few centimeters below the warning point. On Sunday Sharda, Girja and Saryu were released from the barrage.

The total discharge was one lakh 43 thousand four hundred 43 cusec. On Monday the total discharge from Vairajas was registered with two lakh 69 thousand eight hundred 49. In the midst of the heavy rain alarm from the weather authorities, the rising water level at twice the speed of the barrages has drawn worry lines on the foreheads of the villagers who live in the coastal areas.

The surging waves of the Saryu River provide a terrifying picture of flooding every year. Hundreds of households and thousands of hectares of arable land are washed away by the flood of water. This time, too, the monsoon has knocked.

Boats are used in the Cachar areas in the name of rescue through flood posts erected by the Tehsil administration. Supervision by accountants. Apart from that, preparations are being made to distribute lai, grams, salt, rice, matches, mustard oil for their food and drinks, but nobody has anything yet.

More than 12 villages, including Manjha Raipur, Naipura, Parasaval, Kashipur, Tapesipa, are affected by the river’s flooding. Rising water levels in these villages have increased the risk of danger. The worst situation is from Nakhara, Behta and Naipura. All 12 houses here are on the verge of being completely submerged.

Most families migrate from the village to seek shelter in safer places or are forced to live at the flood stations set up by the local administration. Jagannath of Naipura and Ramlal of Manjha Raipur say that it is our compulsion to bear the brunt of the devastation of the flood.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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