The Sharda and Ghaghra Rivers are wreaking havoc in the region

Dhaurahara. The destruction of the Sharda and Ghaghra Rivers in the Tehsil area does not take his name. The river renders farmers landless by swallowing up hundreds of Bigha’s farmland every day.
For a week, the Ghaghra River devoured a religious site, including three houses in Godian Purva of Ramnagar Bagaha, Gram Panchayat of Block Ramiyabehad, while many houses are being demolished. Motebaba, Bachepara, Binjaha from Ramiyabehar, Laukahi Mallapur from Isanagar, the Ghaghra River in Pokhara swallows the farmland.
On the other hand, the Sharda River is not lagging behind in terms of crops either. By cutting a 50 meter dam in Raini, the river cuts into Isanagars Mishragaon, Jamdari, Khanwapur and Khadwa. Villagers claim the administration is taking no action to save the cleared land. On the other hand, JE Flood Department told Bhagwandin that in order to stop the erosion in Godian Purva, earth and pillars will be put in the bags. Every effort is being made to stop the erosion.
Then the water level of Sharda rose, reaching 52 cm above it
Paliyakalan. The intensity of the Sharda River, which has been weak for two days, increased again on Wednesday and the river reached 52 cm above the danger mark.
A rise in the river’s water level was recorded due to the release of about one Lakh Kusec water from the Banbasa Dam. The water level of the river began to rise from Wednesday evening and until Thursday 4 p.m. the water level of the river flowed 52 cm above the danger mark at 154,620 cm. According to the Water Commission, compared with the morning, the river has started to retreat and the water level is gradually falling. However, the rising water level of the river makes the hearts of the villagers beat faster. The river also cuts in the agricultural area. The river cuts quickly near Bojwa, which trips number zero and one. There is still waterlogging on the way to Imalia Farm. Because of this, the villagers’ movement is completely closed. conversation
Water flows on many roads due to flooding
Scarecrow. Due to the flooding in the Sharda River, water runs several meters on many roads. For this reason, only pedestrians can leave the street.
On the road near Imalia Farm in Panchayat Jungle Village No. 7 of Bijua Block, water flows, causing a lot of trouble for the people of villages like Chhangatanda, Imalia Farm, Fattanda, Naya Deshraj Tanda, Rau Tanda, Dhakia Kunar Pur, Bajhera, etc. in motion. When the people of these villages have to go to work in the Tehsil in Palia, they have to travel about twenty kilometers more and walk through the thicket. conversation

Dhaurahara. The destruction of the Sharda and Ghaghra Rivers in the Tehsil area does not take his name. The river renders farmers landless by swallowing up hundreds of Bigha’s farmland every day.

For a week, the Ghaghra River devoured a religious site, including three houses in Godian Purva of Ramnagar Bagaha, Gram Panchayat of Block Ramiyabehad, while many houses are being demolished. Motebaba, Bachepara, Binjaha from Ramiyabehar, Laukahi Mallapur from Isanagar, the Ghaghra River in Pokhara swallows the farmland.

On the other hand, the Sharda River is not lagging behind in terms of crops either. By cutting a 50 meter dam in Raini, the river cuts into Isanagars Mishragaon, Jamdari, Khanwapur and Khadwa. Villagers claim the administration is taking no action to save the cleared land. On the other hand, JE Flood Department told Bhagwandin that in order to stop the erosion in Godian Purva, earth and pillars will be put in the bags. Every effort is being made to stop the erosion.

Then the water level of Sharda rose, reaching 52 cm above it

Paliyakalan. The intensity of the Sharda River, which has been weak for two days, increased again on Wednesday and the river reached 52 cm above the danger mark.

A rise in the river’s water level was recorded due to the release of about one Lakh Kusec water from the Banbasa Dam. The water level of the river began to rise from Wednesday evening and until Thursday 4 p.m. the water level of the river flowed 52 cm above the danger mark at 154,620 cm. According to the Water Commission, compared with the morning, the river has started to retreat and the water level is gradually falling. However, the rising water level of the river makes the hearts of the villagers beat faster. The river also cuts in the agricultural area. The river cuts quickly near Bojwa, which trips number zero and one. There is still waterlogging on the way to Imalia Farm. Because of this, the villagers’ movement is completely closed. conversation

Water flows on many roads due to flooding

Scarecrow. Due to the flooding in the Sharda River, water runs several meters on many roads. For this reason, only pedestrians can leave the street.

On the road near Imalia Farm in Panchayat Jungle Village No. 7 of Bijua Block, water flows, causing a lot of trouble for the people of villages like Chhangatanda, Imalia Farm, Fattanda, Naya Deshraj Tanda, Rau Tanda, Dhakia Kunar Pur, Bajhera, etc. in motion. When the people of these villages have to go to work in the Tehsil in Palia, they have to travel about twenty kilometers more and walk through the thicket. conversation

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