The rise in Ghaghra water levels continues, panic in the coastal areas

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Dohrighat (Mau). As Ghaghra’s water level continues to rise, people in the coastal areas are concerned. On Sunday an increase in the water level of the river of 15 cm was registered. The existence of the coastal areas and historical heritage is threatened by the severe shape of the river.
The people of the coastal region have lost their sleep due to the continued rise in the water level of Ghaghra due to 1.5 lakh Kusec water released in Ghaghra by Nepal and persistent rain for a week. If we look at the water level of the river, the water level of the river at Gaurishankar Ghat on Saturday was 69.20 meters.
The water level reached 69.35 meters on Sunday. In this way, the water level of the river has increased 15 cm in the last 24 hours. The Ghaghra currently flows 55 cm below the danger point of 69.90 meters. Due to the course of the river, the historical heritage of the city of Muktidham, Bharat Mata Mandir, Khaki Babas Kuti, Ramjanaki Temple, Durga Mandir, Shahi Masjid, Hanuman Temple, Dak Bungalow of Public Works etc. is threatened. At the same time, people in the coastal areas are worried about the flood in the river. The rice nursery is done, but given the wild nature of the river, they are desperate. The irrigation department is active in flood rescue on its own.
Continuous rain in various rural areas of the county has brought good fortune to the area’s farmers. After the rains, the farmers are now planting rice and the plowing and bundling of the fields has begun. Farmers make themselves present in the fields with spades. If the rain continues like this, the transplanting work is expected to be very quick. Ramlal Yadav, Shriram Singh, a farmer in the Fatahpur Mandav block area, said the late-planted rice nursery is growing rapidly due to favorable weather. Nurseries that were planted early have become transplantable. If the rain sequence is continued in this way, the planting will be accelerated. On the other hand, the roads in rural areas have become potholes from the rains, a state of hell. Waterlogging is a problem for pedestrians in many places.
Due to the continuous rain in Badhua Godown for days, the fields were flooded. Because of this, a line of concern appeared on the forehead of the farmers about the effects on the harvest of vegetables and mentha. You could see farmers withdrawing water from the fields, on Sunday the rain that had lasted for days continued. In low-lying areas, the risk of crop failures due to flooding of vegetable and mentha fields has increased. The sowing of arhar stopped for a few days. As a result the farmers lost their sleepless nights.
The Mentha harvest suffered the most from rain. The farmers, whose mentha harvest was mowed in the fields, were completely destroyed. On the other hand, the farmers, whose harvest is ready, are completely destroyed by non-harvest and waterlogging in the fields. The sowing of Tur will now be too late. Dr. Vinay Singh, a scientist at Krishi Vigyan Kendra, said that the work of transplanting rice is accelerated because of the rain. The farmers whose rice gardening is finished, these farmers are busy getting ready to transplant rice. The water that has accumulated in the vegetable field should be drained. Otherwise the crop can be damaged.
According to the Chirayakot correspondent, a poultry farm in Siwan, Kamthari village in the Ranipur region collapsed on Saturday night due to torrential rains. In which there was a loss of four lakh rupees.
Ashwani Rai’s son Jitendra Rai, a resident of Kamthari village in Ranipur Block Ranipur, had opened a poultry farm in Siwan of the village. The poultry farm had 400 chickens. Due to the torrential rain on Saturday night, the wall built for the poultry farm collapsed during the night due to the flooding of rainwater around the poultry farm. The farm owner was in another house, from which he was not injured. All of the chickens died by being buried under the cement slabs that were attached to the top of the farm. In this regard, the farm owner Ashwani Rai said there was a loss of around four lakh rupees, including chickens.
As soon as the water level rose in the Ghaghra River, the village chief and finance staff, along with the villagers, visited the area affected by the boat after receiving information about the harvest near Khaira Purwa of the Devara area of ​​Dubari Mauja. He also assured the harvest victims affected by the floods that the Tehsil would compensate them. Arrangements are being made to operate boats in the village of Khaira. Village chiefs Sapan Kannojia, Lekhpal Ashok Singh, Jairam Yadav, Ram Pukar Maurya, Anil Chaurasia, Manti Jaiswal, Bhullan, Jiyaul Mustafa etc. were involved.

Dohrighat (Mau). As Ghaghra’s water level continues to rise, people in the coastal areas are concerned. On Sunday an increase in the water level of the river of 15 cm was registered. The existence of the coastal areas and historical heritage is threatened by the severe shape of the river.

The people of the coastal region have lost their sleep due to the continued rise in the water level of Ghaghra due to 1.5 lakh Kusec water released in Ghaghra by Nepal and persistent rain for a week. If we look at the water level of the river, the water level of the river at Gaurishankar Ghat on Saturday was 69.20 meters.

The water level reached 69.35 meters on Sunday. In this way, the water level of the river has increased 15 cm in the last 24 hours. The Ghaghra currently flows 55 cm below the danger point of 69.90 meters. Due to the course of the river, the historical heritage of the city of Muktidham, Bharat Mata Mandir, Khaki Babas Kuti, Ramjanaki Temple, Durga Mandir, Shahi Masjid, Hanuman Temple, Dak Bungalow of Public Works etc. is threatened. At the same time, people in the coastal areas are worried about the flood in the river. The rice nursery is done, but given the wild nature of the river, they are desperate. The irrigation department is busy with flood rescue from its resources.

Continuous rain in various rural areas of the county has brought good fortune to the area’s farmers. After the rains, the farmers are now planting rice and the plowing and bundling of the fields has begun. Farmers make themselves present in the fields with spades. If the rain continues like this, the transplanting work is expected to be very quick. Ramlal Yadav, Shriram Singh, a farmer in the Fatahpur Mandav block area, said the late-planted rice nursery is growing rapidly due to favorable weather. Nurseries that were planted early have become transplantable. If the rain sequence is continued in this way, the planting will be accelerated. On the other hand, the roads in rural areas have become potholes from the rains, a state of hell. Waterlogging is a problem for pedestrians in many places.

Due to the continuous rain in Badhua Godown for days, the fields were flooded. Because of this, a line of concern appeared on the forehead of the farmers about the effects on the harvest of vegetables and mentha. You could see farmers withdrawing water from the fields, on Sunday the rain that had lasted for days continued. In low-lying areas, the risk of crop failures due to flooding of vegetable and mentha fields has increased. The sowing of arhar stopped for a few days. As a result, the farmers have lost their sleepless nights.

The Mentha harvest suffered the most from rain. The farmers, whose mentha harvest was mowed in the fields, were completely destroyed. On the other hand, the farmers, whose harvest is ready, are completely destroyed by non-harvest and waterlogging in the fields. The sowing of Tur will now be too late. Dr. Vinay Singh, a scientist at Krishi Vigyan Kendra, said that the work of transplanting rice is accelerated because of the rain. The farmers whose rice gardening is finished, these farmers are busy getting ready to transplant rice. The water that has accumulated in the vegetable field should be drained. Otherwise the crop can be damaged.

According to the Chirayakot correspondent, a poultry farm in Siwan, Kamthari village in the Ranipur region collapsed on Saturday night due to torrential rains. In which there was a loss of four lakh rupees.

Ashwani Rai’s son Jitendra Rai, a resident of Kamthari village in Ranipur Block Ranipur, had opened a poultry farm in Siwan of the village. The poultry farm had 400 chickens. Due to the torrential rain on Saturday night, the wall built for the poultry farm collapsed during the night due to the flooding of rainwater around the poultry farm. The farm owner was in another house, from which he was not injured. All of the chickens died by being buried under the cement slabs that were attached to the top of the farm. In this regard, the farm owner Ashwani Rai said there was a loss of around four lakh rupees, including chickens.

As soon as the water level rose in the Ghaghra River, the village chief and finance staff, along with the villagers, visited the area affected by the boat after receiving information about the harvest near Khaira Purwa of the Devara area of ​​Dubari Mauja. He also assured the harvest victims affected by the floods that the Tehsil would compensate them. Arrangements are being made to operate boats in the village of Khaira. Village chiefs Sapan Kannojia, Lekhpal Ashok Singh, Jairam Yadav, Ram Pukar Maurya, Anil Chaurasia, Manti Jaiswal, Bhullan, Jiyaul Mustafa etc. were involved.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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