Sharda’s water level has dropped, but Bhira Road is submerged

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Water is filled up to four feet in the village of Srinagar
In front of the Ataria level crossing, about one meter of water flows into the street in a strong current.
Paliyakalan. The water level of the Sharda River fell on Monday, but the water is still flowing above the danger mark. The flood was still flooding the sugar factory’s residential building. On the road from the Mühlentor to the Ataria level crossing, about one meter of water flows in a strong current.
Villagers like Daulatapur, Matahiya, Bojwa, Kachanara, Imalia Farm etc. from the Bhira area seek shelter in higher places due to the flooding. On the other hand, on the Rapata Bridge near the Bozwa Sai Temple on Bhira Street, one meter of water has run, forcing people to move through the flood.
Due to the ingress of water into the village of Srinagar, which borders the Sharda River, the water here has been inundated up to four feet. For this reason the people of the Pucca house have also camped on the roofs of the houses, while the people of the thatched roof house have started to live by tarpaulins, etc. They return to the village only after the water level has dropped.
Floods also hit the villages of the Mazgai region
I have it The flood has started on the asphalt road that leads from Naugawan to Khalepurwa. The villagers pass about a meter of water. At the same time, the flood around the villages like Chauri, Khalepurwa, Nayapurwa, Dubaha, Kunwarpur Kalan, Vishnupur etc. becomes conversation
Water entered 50 villages in the Bijua block
Scarecrow. People have been forced to leave their homes and move towards relatives or higher up, as water seeps into about 50 villages on the banks of the Sharda River in the block area. Only a few people remained in the village; they too spent the day in a panic.
About 50 villages including Gram Panchayat Karsaur, Rurasultanpur Mehndi Gujara, Tansukhpurwa Jodhpur, Rurasultanpur, Karsaur, Jamhaura, Deoria Belasiktiha, Moosepur Khurd, Chandpura forest number seven are under water. There is a boat ride within the villages. There is also an increased risk of toxic organisms in flood-prone areas.
Karsaur’s village chief Bhagauti Prasad said that Gola SDM Akhilesh Yadav inspected many houses on Sunday while sitting on a boat, but that no material has yet been received to aid the flood. The power grid also collapsed. The villagers are crying from hunger, but no help has reached them. Villagers say this is the first time everything has been submerged in water. On the other hand, Karsaur’s accountant Pankaj Kumar said the claim was sent. Ration kits are distributed as soon as they arrive.

Water is filled up to four feet in the village of Srinagar

In front of the Ataria level crossing, about one meter of water flows into the street in a strong current.

Paliyakalan. The water level of the Sharda River fell on Monday, but the water is still flowing above the danger mark. The flood was still flooding the sugar factory’s residential building. On the road from the Mühlentor to the Ataria level crossing, about one meter of water flows in a strong current.

Villagers like Daulatapur, Matahiya, Bojwa, Kachanara, Imalia Farm etc. from the Bhira area seek shelter in higher places due to the flooding. On the other hand, on the Rapata Bridge near the Bozwa Sai Temple on Bhira Street, one meter of water has run, forcing people to move through the flood.

Due to the ingress of water into the village of Srinagar, which borders the Sharda River, the water here has been inundated up to four feet. For this reason the people of the Pucca house have also camped on the roofs of the houses, while the people of the thatched roof house have started to live by tarpaulins, etc. They return to the village only after the water level has dropped.

Floods also hit the villages of the Mazgai region

I have it The flood has started on the asphalt road that leads from Naugawan to Khalepurwa. The villagers pass about a meter of water. At the same time, the flood around the villages like Chauri, Khalepurwa, Nayapurwa, Dubaha, Kunwarpur Kalan, Vishnupur etc. becomes conversation

Water entered 50 villages in the Bijua block

Scarecrow. People have been forced to leave their homes and move towards relatives or higher up, as water seeps into about 50 villages on the banks of the Sharda River in the block area. Only a few people remained in the village; they too spent the day in a panic.

About 50 villages including Gram Panchayat Karsaur, Rurasultanpur Mehndi Gujara, Tansukhpurwa Jodhpur, Rurasultanpur, Karsaur, Jamhaura, Deoria Belasiktiha, Moosepur Khurd, Chandpura forest number seven are under water. There is a boat ride within the villages. There is also an increased risk of toxic organisms in flood-prone areas.

Karsaur’s village chief Bhagauti Prasad said that Gola SDM Akhilesh Yadav inspected many houses on Sunday while sitting on a boat, but that no material has yet been received to aid the flood. The power grid also collapsed. The villagers are crying from hunger, but no help has reached them. Villagers say this is the first time everything has been submerged in water. On the other hand, Karsaur’s accountant Pankaj Kumar said the claim was sent. Ration kits are distributed as soon as they arrive.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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