The water level of the Sharda River is rising continuously, the villagers are concerned

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Paliyakalan. The water level of the Sharda River is increasing day by day due to incessant rainfall on the hills and water released from the Banbasa Dam. The water level of the river reached 70 cm above the danger mark on Wednesday, which worries the villagers.
The water level of the river was 70 cm above the danger mark at 154,800. The KK Prajapati Water Authority said that 34.2 mm of rain had been recorded in the past 24 hours. However, the water level of the river has been rising since Tuesday due to the rain in the mountains. Due to the rise in the water level of the river, the road to Imliya Farm is almost closed. Villagers arrive at Imliya Farm after traveling a long distance. The water also reached near the river bank near the village of Srinagar and has started moving towards the village. Most of the problems are faced by the villagers of villages like Azadnagar, Badshahnagar, Nayapurwa, Khalepurwa, Chauri, etc. The agricultural areas of Bojwa, Daulatapur and Mataihiya have also started to submerge. conversation
Sutiya Chhath Ghat went into hiding due to heavy rain
Sampoornanagar. The temple built at Chhath Ghat and its saris have sunk due to the rise in the water level in the Sutia Drain that flows near Chhath Ghat in Singhahi Khurd.
People in many villages commute from the Singhahi Khurd Sutia Bridge. At the same time, this is the way to the SSB camp and to Nepal. On the way from the bridge to Raninagar, Mirchia, Bhupnagar, water has become saturated in the Sutiya drain after the rain. Water runs on the Chhath Ghat built along the bridge. Temples and stairs built on the ghat were submerged in water.

Paliyakalan. The water level of the Sharda River is increasing day by day due to incessant rainfall on the hills and water released from the Banbasa Dam. The water level of the river reached 70 cm above the danger mark on Wednesday, which worries the villagers.

The water level of the river was 70 cm above the danger mark at 154,800. The KK Prajapati Water Authority said that 34.2 mm of rain had been recorded in the past 24 hours. However, the water level of the river has been rising since Tuesday due to the rain in the mountains. Due to the rise in the water level of the river, the road to Imliya Farm is almost closed. Villagers arrive at Imliya Farm after traveling a long distance. The water also reaches near the Bandh near the village of Srinagar on the bank of the river and is rapidly approaching the village. Most of the problems are faced by the villagers of villages like Azadnagar, Badshahnagar, Nayapurwa, Khalepurwa, Chauri, etc. The agricultural areas of Bojwa, Daulatapur and Mataihiya have also begun to submerge. conversation

Sutiya Chhath Ghat went into hiding due to heavy rain

Sampoornanagar. The temple built at Chhath Ghat and its saris have sunk due to the rise in the water level in the Sutia Drain that flows near Chhath Ghat in Singhahi Khurd.

People in many villages commute from the Singhahi Khurd Sutia Bridge. At the same time, this is the way to the SSB camp and to Nepal. On the way from the bridge to Raninagar, Mirchia, Bhupnagar, water has become saturated in the Sutiya drain after the rain. Water runs on the Chhath Ghat built along the bridge. Temples and stairs built on the ghat were submerged in water.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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