The burned Sharda River was washed away by the Pantoon Bridge, workers narrowly escaped

The burned Sharda River was washed away by the Pantoon Bridge, workers narrowly escaped

Mahevganj. Suddenly the water level of the Sharda River rose due to rain on Friday. Due to the strong water currents, the temporary bridge (Pantoon Bridge) built in Pachperi Ghat in Phulbehar was washed away, losing contact with many villages. However, he was later saved from drowning in the water.
After the rain on the Sharda River in Phulbehar, the Public Works Department is building a makeshift bridge that will be raised during the rainy season. On this route, people had to save time by traveling many kilometers to get from the district headquarters to many places, including Nighasan, Belaryan, Tikunia, and Singahi. In May itself, after two days of uninterrupted rain, the rain suddenly raised the water level of the Sharda River, sweeping away the Pantoon Bridge built at Pachperi Ghat in Phulbehar and coming under the Sharda Nagar barrage.
Department officials who arrived at the scene on Saturday took stock of the situation and retrieved 14 barrels from the Pantoon Bridge, which were washed away in the water. Earlier Friday, embankment repairs in the Bhira area barely escaped the river’s arrival while two JCBs and a Pokeland were trapped in the water.
Late Friday, 14 barges on the Pantoon Bridge were swept away due to the sudden surge of the Sharda River towards the Sharda Dam. He was evacuated on Saturday.
Devendra Singh, Senior Works Engineer, Block One
The river was buried in the rain. On Thursday and Friday, 74,000 cubic meters of water were released from the dam, causing the Sharda River to rise.
Raju Ratan, JE Sharda Barrage

The burned Sharda River was washed away by the Pantoon Bridge, workers narrowly escaped

Mahevganj. Suddenly the water level of the Sharda River rose due to rain on Friday. Due to the strong water currents, the temporary bridge (Pantoon Bridge) built in Pachperi Ghat in Phulbehar was washed away, causing it to lose contact with many villages. However, he was later saved from drowning in the water.

After the rain on the Sharda River in Phulbehar, the Public Works Department is building a makeshift bridge that will be raised during the rainy season. On this route, people had to save time by traveling many kilometers to get from the district headquarters to many places, including Nighasan, Belaryan, Tikunia, and Singahi. In May itself, after two days of uninterrupted rain, the rain suddenly raised the water level of the Sharda River, sweeping away the Pantoon Bridge built at Pachperi Ghat in Phulbehar and coming under the Sharda Nagar barrage.

Department officials who arrived at the scene on Saturday took stock of the situation and retrieved 14 barrels from the Pantoon Bridge, which were washed away in the water. Earlier Friday, embankment repairs in the Bhira area barely escaped the river’s arrival while two JCBs and a Pokeland were trapped in the water.

Late Friday, 14 barges on the Pantoon Bridge were swept away due to the sudden surge of the Sharda River towards the Sharda Dam. He was evacuated on Saturday.

Devendra Singh, Senior Works Engineer, Block One

The river was buried in the rain. On Thursday and Friday, 74,000 cubic meters of water were released from the dam, causing the Sharda River to rise.

Raju Ratan, JE Sharda Barrage

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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