The water level of Saryus is falling, the fear of erosion increases

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Saryu water level falls, fear of erosion rises
Vikramjot. The water level of the Saryu River has started to recede. The risk of erosion has increased in the affected villages and the villagers are afraid.
According to the Ayodhya-based Central Water Commission, the river’s water level has dropped since it reached 92,700 meters at 8 a.m. on Wednesday. Came to 92,550 meters at 3 p.m. Due to the rapidly falling water level, the fear of severe erosion has haunted the villages on the riverbank again. The pressure of the river remains constant in Vikramjot Kalyanpur, Sandalpur.
At the same time, attempts are being made to stop the erosion with the help of sand and earth bags in Sandalpur from the Barh section. But it turns out to be useless given the speed of the river. The work of making erosion control protrusions is carried out by the staff of the flood department by continuously placing bags in the depths of the river. SDM Harraiya Sukhbir Singh said the river is being monitored. Repairs are carried out around the embankments. All possible steps are being taken to ensure the safety of the villagers.

Every year 210 houses in three villages are threatened by floods, which are affected by erosion
The Saryu River poses a threat to around 210 houses in the Vikramjot development area of ​​Bharthapur, Kalyanpur and Sandalpur on the banks of the BD dam each year. The villages’ more than a thousand residents spend four months in trouble during the rain.
Villagers are afraid of flooding crops and flooding their homes. At the same time, there is a fear of losing the house if the river falls. The peasant land has already turned to sand when it was washed away by the river. So far, no concrete measures have been taken by the administration to protect the villagers from the disaster of 175 houses in Kalyanpur and Bharthapur and villages with more than 1200 inhabitants in Sandalpur East.
With the construction of the dam, which began in 2013, people hoped for safety in the village, but now the work has stopped. Due to erosion for seven consecutive years, the river bordered the village. Now the dam that leaves the village is being built. At the same time, work on the ring dam, which had started late at the request of the villagers, came to a standstill due to rain and rising water in the river.

Saryu water level falls, fear of erosion rises

Vikramjot. The water level of the Saryu River has started to recede. The risk of erosion has increased in the affected villages and the villagers are afraid.

According to the Ayodhya-based Central Water Commission, the river’s water level has dropped since it reached 92,700 meters at 8 a.m. on Wednesday. Came to 92,550 meters at 3 p.m. Due to the rapidly falling water level, the fear of severe erosion has haunted the villages on the riverbank again. The pressure of the river remains constant in Vikramjot Kalyanpur, Sandalpur.

At the same time, attempts are being made to stop the erosion with the help of sand and earth bags in Sandalpur from the Barh section. But it turns out to be useless given the speed of the river. The work of making erosion control protrusions is carried out by the staff of the flood department by continuously placing bags in the depths of the river. SDM Harraiya Sukhbir Singh said the river is being monitored. Repairs are carried out around the embankments. All possible steps are being taken to ensure the safety of the villagers.



Every year 210 houses in three villages are threatened by floods, which are affected by erosion

The Saryu River poses a threat to around 210 houses in the Vikramjot development area of ​​Bharthapur, Kalyanpur and Sandalpur on the banks of the BD dam each year. The villages’ more than a thousand residents spend four months in trouble during the rain.

Villagers are afraid of flooding crops and flooding their homes. At the same time, there is a fear of losing the house if the river falls. The peasant land has already turned to sand when it was washed away by the river. So far, no concrete measures have been taken by the administration to protect the villagers from the disaster of 175 houses in Kalyanpur and Bharthapur and villages with more than 1200 inhabitants in Sandalpur East.

With the construction of the dam, which began in 2013, people hoped for safety in the village, but now the work has stopped. Due to erosion for seven consecutive years, the river bordered the village. Now the dam that leaves the village is being built. At the same time, work on the ring dam, which had started late at the request of the villagers, came to a standstill due to rain and rising water in the river.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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