The tide subsided and the waters of Bhira Road spoiled its appearance

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Still waterlogging in many villages, traffic blocked on Nagla Road
The Sharda River has devastated villages in the area for the past three days
Paliyakalan. The position of the Sharda River, which has been devastating for three days, is now calming down. Due to the sinking water level, the speed of the water flowing on Palia Bhira Road has decreased drastically. However, there is still waterlogging in many villages. At the same time, the river also flows 47 cm above the danger mark. Hundreds of acres of sugar cane crops from farmers were also destroyed.
The water level of the Sharda River has risen significantly in the past few days due to the water released from the Banbasa Dam. As a result, the river began to flow about a meter above the danger mark. However, due to the low water level of the river, the flow of water on the Palia-Bhira road also decreased on Tuesday. Due to the strong water current, the road in front of the mill on Bhira Road has deteriorated to the Ataria intersection.
On the other hand, the tides are still in the villages of Srinagar, Matahiya, Daulatapur, Azadnagar, Badshahnagar, Melaghat in the area. More than four feet of water flows on a road that leads to Imliya Farm, Bozwa stumbles upon number zero. At the same time, the floods destroyed hundreds of acres of the farmers’ sugar cane crops. Also on Tuesday the river flowed about 47 cm above the danger mark. There was some relief as the Sharda River water level has receded.
I have it. Many villages in the area are flooded with river water. The Jhala near the Gurudwara in Vishnupur is almost half submerged in the river. There was also a lot of damage from waterlogging to the plants.
Flooding at its peak in Phulbehad, no evidence of drowned young people, search continues
Mahevagaz / Sunderwhal. The tide has reached its peak in Phulbehar. People are locked in their homes for three days. Water is visible everywhere. On the other hand, Jabir, a young man who drowned on Monday evening on his way home in the village of Mehndi after crossing the flood, has not yet been tracked. As late as Tuesday, divers and villagers were busy looking.
More than two dozen villages, including Khamaria, Baragaon, Basaha, Khagai Purva, Khambhi, Gum, Manglipurwa, Ahirana, Manjhari, Manpur Kardahiya in the Phulbehad area, have been hit by the flood. For the transport one has to take the help of a boat. The villagers claim that the administration did not provide any assistance to the flood victims. But on Tuesday, Naib Tehsildar Jagriti Singh and Kanungo Ankit Awasthi inspected the site and assured the family members of the drowned youth that they would be helped.
Crocodiles were washed away by the tide
Mahevaganj. Crocodiles also come by being carried away by the tides. On Tuesday, people saw many crocodiles in the field near Jangpur village on the banks of the Sharda River in Phulbehad. The villagers have to go to the field to take care of the harvest and forage, etc. Therefore, the villagers have expressed their concern about the danger. conversation

Still waterlogging in many villages, traffic blocked on Nagla Road

The Sharda River has devastated villages in the area for the past three days

Paliyakalan. The position of the Sharda River, which has been devastating for three days, is now calming down. Due to the sinking water level, the speed of the water flowing on Palia Bhira Road has decreased drastically. However, there is still waterlogging in many villages. At the same time, the river also flows 47 cm above the danger mark. Hundreds of acres of sugar cane crops from farmers were also destroyed.

The water level of the Sharda River has risen significantly in the past few days due to the water released from the Banbasa Dam. As a result, the river began to flow about a meter above the danger mark. However, due to the low water level of the river, the flow of water on the Palia-Bhira road also decreased on Tuesday. Due to the strong water current, the road in front of the mill on Bhira Road has deteriorated to the Ataria intersection.

On the other hand, the tides are still in the villages of Srinagar, Matahiya, Daulatapur, Azadnagar, Badshahnagar, Melaghat in the area. More than four feet of water flows on a road that leads to Imliya Farm, Bozwa stumbles upon number zero. At the same time, the floods destroyed hundreds of acres of the farmers’ sugar cane crops. Also on Tuesday the river flowed about 47 cm above the danger mark. There was some relief as the Sharda River water level has receded.

I have it. Many villages in the area are flooded with river water. The Jhala near the Gurudwara in Vishnupur is almost half submerged in the river. There was also a lot of damage from waterlogging in the plants.

Flooding at its peak in Phulbehad, no evidence of drowned young people, search continues

Mahevagaz / Sunderwhal. The tide has reached its peak in Phulbehar. People are locked in their homes for three days. Water is visible everywhere. On the other hand, Jabir, a young man who drowned on Monday evening on his way home in the village of Mehndi after crossing the flood, has not yet been tracked. As recently as Tuesday, divers and villagers were busy looking.

More than two dozen villages, including Khamaria, Baragaon, Basaha, Khagai Purva, Khambhi, Gum, Manglipurwa, Ahirana, Manjhari, Manpur Kardahiya in the Phulbehad area, have been hit by the flood. For the transport one has to take the help of a boat. The villagers claim that the administration did not provide any assistance to the flood victims. But on Tuesday, Naib Tehsildar Jagriti Singh and Kanungo Ankit Awasthi inspected the site and assured the family members of the drowned youth that they would be helped.

Crocodiles were washed away by the tide

Mahevaganj. Crocodiles also come by being carried away by the tides. On Tuesday, people saw many crocodiles in the field near Jangpur village on the banks of the Sharda River in Phulbehad. The villagers have to go to the field to take care of the harvest and forage, etc. Therefore, the villagers have expressed their concern about the danger. conversation

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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