Saryu is 13 cm from the red spot, migration begins

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Ayodhya. Due to the ongoing boom in Saryu, there has been a stir in the coastal areas. On the one hand, where hundreds of acres of crops have been submerged in water, water has also invaded the populated areas. In such a situation, migration from the coastal areas began. People seek protection in high places. Saryu is only 13 cm away from the danger mark. Against this background, monitoring of bonds was also intensified.
The sequence of ups and downs in the water surface of Saryu continues. Saryu’s water level had stabilized at 92.53 meters on Sunday evening. After that, the water level began to drop on Monday and the water level of Saryu was measured at 92.40 meters. At the same time, the water level in Saryu has risen again since Tuesday morning. In the past 12 hours, the water level of Saryu has risen 19 cm. Increase was recorded. The water level of the river was measured at 5 p.m. Tuesday at 92.60 meters, which is only 13 cm from the red marking of 92.73 meters. is far.
On the other hand, people have started to migrate from the coastal areas. The administration has made arrangements for boats in the flood-affected areas of Purabazar. Monitoring of the Bilwarighat Dam has been strengthened. ADM Finance and Revenue GL Shukla said Saryu has not crossed the red mark yet, but will remain vigilant. Together with the Tehsil administration, the administration team monitors the bonds 24 hours a day.
Husainpur is located on the banks of the Saryu River, in the village of Sherwa Ghat Gram Sabha in the Maya development block. The population begins at a distance of only 10 meters from the flood cut. Vijay Shankar Upadhyay, Jairam Yadav, Kamla Yadav, Ramesh etc., which are located at the mouth of the river, are restless due to possible flooding. Brijesh Tripathi said that to protect against flooding, sandbags should be installed at the site of the cut by putting cement stakes in it. For which the contractor from the flood section was put out to tender and the work began a month and a half ago, but the pace of work is so slow that not a single cement pole has been installed so far.
Apart from just 100 sandbags, there is no work to be seen. On the other hand, with the rise of the river’s water, work has also stopped. Ranjit Maurya, Assistant Engineer Flood Division, announced that work had started. In the meantime, another space has been canceled. All the workers have gone there, now the water is full, the work will be finished as soon as the river water recedes.

Ayodhya. Due to the ongoing boom in Saryu, there has been a stir in the coastal areas. On the one hand, where hundreds of acres of crops have been submerged in water, water has also invaded the populated areas. In such a situation, migration from the coastal areas began. People seek protection in high places. Saryu is only 13 cm away from the danger mark. Against this background, monitoring of bonds was also intensified.

The sequence of ups and downs in the water surface of Saryu continues. Saryu’s water level had stabilized at 92.53 meters on Sunday evening. After that, the water level began to drop on Monday and the water level of Saryu was measured at 92.40 meters. At the same time, the water level in Saryu has risen again since Tuesday morning. In the past 12 hours, the water level of Saryu has risen 19 cm. Increase was recorded. The water level of the river was measured at 5 p.m. Tuesday at 92.60 meters, which is only 13 cm from the red marking of 92.73 meters. is far.

On the other hand, people have started to migrate from the coastal areas. The administration has made arrangements for boats in the flood-affected areas of Purabazar. Monitoring of the Bilwarighat Dam has been strengthened. ADM Finance and Revenue GL Shukla said Saryu has not crossed the red mark yet, but will remain vigilant. Together with the Tehsil administration, the administration team monitors the bonds 24 hours a day.

Husainpur is located on the banks of the Saryu River, in the village of Sherwa Ghat Gram Sabha in the Maya development block. The population begins at a distance of only 10 meters from the flood cut. Vijay Shankar Upadhyay, Jairam Yadav, Kamla Yadav, Ramesh etc., which are located at the mouth of the river, are restless due to possible flooding. Brijesh Tripathi said that to protect against flooding, sandbags should be installed at the site of the cut by putting cement stakes in it. For which the contractor from the flood section was put out to tender and the work began a month and a half ago, but the pace of work is so slow that not a single cement pole has been installed so far.

Apart from just 100 sandbags, there is no work to be seen. On the other hand, with the rise of the river’s water, work has also stopped. Ranjit Maurya, Assistant Engineer Flood Division, announced that the work had started. In the meantime, another space has been canceled. All the workers have gone there, now the water is full, the work will be finished as soon as the river water recedes.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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