The concerns of the villagers are increasing due to the rising water level in Ganga

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Due to prolonged rainfall, Ganga’s water level has started to rise. Because of this, the villagers are worried. Villagers have raised concerns that if the Ganges water level rises further, water could enter the villages and create a flood-like situation.
On the ghats in the Chahaniya region, the water of the Ganges rises continuously. According to the villagers, the water level of the Ganges has risen by 1.5 to 2 meters. This has increased the risk of Ganga water entering the fields and villages. Villagers have raised concerns that if the water gets into the fields, it could do a lot of damage. At the same time, as the water level rises, so has the danger of poisonous animals entering. The villages on the banks of the Ganges are Mahuaria, Balua, Mahuar Kala, Pura Vijay, Pura Ganesh, Sonbarsa, Tanda Kala, Sarauli, Mehmadpur, Tirgawa, Bhusaula, Nadi villages, which are expected to be affected first.

Due to prolonged rainfall, Ganga’s water level has started to rise. Because of this, the villagers are worried. Villagers have raised concerns that if the Ganges water level rises further, water could enter the villages and create a flood-like situation.

On the ghats in the Chahaniya region, the water of the Ganges rises continuously. According to the villagers, the water level of the Ganges has risen by 1.5 to 2 meters. This has increased the risk of Ganga water entering the fields and villages. Villagers have raised concerns that if the water gets into the fields, it could do a lot of damage. At the same time, as the water level rises, so has the danger of poisonous animals entering. The villages on the banks of the Ganges are Mahuaria, Balua, Mahuar Kala, Pura Vijay, Pura Ganesh, Sonbarsa, Tanda Kala, Sarauli, Mehmadpur, Tirgawa, Bhusaula, Nadi villages, which are expected to be affected first.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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