The Mohana River began harvesting in Ganganagar village

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Tikuni. The Mohana River, which runs along the India-Nepal border, has started deforestation. The river is rapidly cutting off the farmers’ fields in Ganganagar village. The farmers and villagers fear the erosion of the river.
Due to the continued torrential rains in the mountains, the water of the Nepalese rivers in the Mohana and Kaudiyala rivers has started to come up quickly. Due to the strong current of the river, cutting started. Hoshiar Singh, a farmer from Ganganagar, says that for the past three to four years the river has broken farmers’ spines by cutting them off. The measures to prevent erosion are inadequate and unsustainable. There are doubts that the Irrigation Department’s stumbling blocks can withstand the speed of Mohana.
In Ganganagar, the Mohana River swallows sugar cane that was found in the fields of the farmers Subeg Singh, Sewa Singh, Angrez Singh, Joga Singh, Didar Singh, Sarvjit Singh etc. Two weeks ago DM and SP had inspected here and also instructed the irrigation department to harvest the harvest adjust. Farmers also said that there is a survey of crops destroyed during harvest every year, but the administration has not paid any compensation to this day. Panic among farmers increases as both the crop and the land are lost in the harvest.
Maluk Singh, the former head of Gram Panchayat, said officials ran a lot to stop the harvest, because of which the Department of Irrigation has taken some precautions, but how effective will it be when the river is strong? Electricity. you can not say that.
Two houses and a river in fear among the villagers
Mahevaganj. The destruction of the Sharda River continues. On Saturday, two more houses in the village of Grunt 12 were submerged in the river. The river moves fast, cutting. That scared the villagers. According to villagers, Basavan and Munni Lal’s house went into the river’s lap on Saturday. The river’s eyes are crooked on other houses too. The villagers are surprised to see the wild shape of the river. Lines of worry have drawn on the foreheads of those whose houses are about to be cut down. People were busy saving the household belongings. The victims migrate from the village in search of a safe haven by loading straw and cattle into tractor wagons. conversation
Elderly people drowned in the Sharda River to save livestock
Mahevaganj / Sunder Whale. 75-year-old Natha, a resident of Gaura Ghosiana in Phulbehad Police Station, went to pasture on the banks of the Sharda River on Friday evening. Meanwhile a cow separated from the herd and moved closer to the river and got stuck in the swamp. While trying to save the animal, he got caught in the strong current of the river. He was washed away in the water until people saw him and ran to save him.
The police and family were busy looking for the elderly, but there was a problem with the search due to the darkness. The search was started on Saturday with the help of divers. Still didn’t know anything. Phulbehar’s inspector in charge, SN Singh, said the search for the elderly drowned in the river is continuing with the help of divers and villagers. Nothing is known yet. conversation

Tikuni. The Mohana River, which runs along the India-Nepal border, has started deforestation. The river is rapidly cutting off the farmers’ fields in Ganganagar village. The farmers and villagers fear the erosion of the river.

Due to the continued torrential rains in the mountains, the water of the Nepalese rivers in the Mohana and Kaudiyala rivers has started to come up quickly. Due to the strong current of the river, cutting started. Hoshiar Singh, a farmer from Ganganagar, says that for the past three to four years the river has broken farmers’ spines by cutting them off. The measures to prevent erosion are inadequate and unsustainable. There are doubts that the Irrigation Department’s stumbling blocks can withstand the speed of Mohana.

In Ganganagar, the Mohana River swallows sugar cane that was found in the fields of the farmers Subeg Singh, Sewa Singh, Angrez Singh, Joga Singh, Didar Singh, Sarvjit Singh etc. Two weeks ago DM and SP had inspected here and also instructed the irrigation department to harvest the harvest adjust. Farmers also said that there is a survey of crops destroyed during harvest every year, but the administration has not paid any compensation to this day. Panic among farmers increases as both the crop and the land are lost in the harvest.

Maluk Singh, the former head of the Gram Panchayat, said officials ran a lot to stop the harvest due to which the Department of Irrigation has taken some precautions but how effective it will be given the strength of the river. you can not say that.

Two houses and a river in fear among the villagers

Mahevaganj. The destruction of the Sharda River continues. On Saturday, two more houses in the village of Grunt 12 were submerged in the river. The river moves fast, cutting. That scared the villagers. According to villagers, Basavan and Munni Lal’s house went into the river’s lap on Saturday. The river’s eyes are crooked on other houses too. The villagers are surprised to see the wild shape of the river. Lines of worry have drawn on the foreheads of those whose houses are about to be cut down. People were busy saving the household’s belongings. The victims migrate from the village in search of a safe haven by loading straw and cattle into tractor wagons. conversation

Elderly people drowned in the Sharda River to save livestock

Mahevaganj / Sunder Whale. 75-year-old Natha, a resident of Gaura Ghosiana in Phulbehad Police Station, went to pasture on the banks of the Sharda River on Friday evening. Meanwhile a cow separated from the herd and moved closer to the river and got stuck in the swamp. While trying to save the animal, he got caught in the strong current of the river. He was washed away in the water until people saw him and ran to save him.

The police and family were busy looking for the elderly, but there was a problem with the search due to the darkness. The search was started on Saturday with the help of divers. Still didn’t know anything. Phulbehar’s inspector in charge, SN Singh, said the search for the elderly drowned in the river is continuing with the help of divers and villagers. Nothing is known yet. conversation

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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