The water level sank and the erosion stopped, the villagers breathed a sigh of relief

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Latghat. The water level of the Ghaghra River, which flows through the Devranchal area of ​​Sagdi Tehsil, is continuously decreasing. And the cutting has stopped too. Because of this, the villagers let out a sigh of relief.
The water level of the Ghaghra River was at 4 p.m. on Saturday at the Dighiya gauge at 68.55 meters. In contrast, the water level fell to 68.35 meters on Sunday evening. On the other hand, the water level of the Ghaghra River at 4 p.m. on Saturday at Badarhuan was 69.30 meters. That was 69.08 meters on Sunday. Due to the continuous decline in the water level of the Ghaghra River, the erosion in the Baghwa, Sadhu’s Poora, Vasu’s Poora has stopped, making the villagers breathe a sigh of relief. The Ghaghra River cuts near the village of Gangepur. The grumpy ring tied is already cut. Now the agricultural land in it is being cleared. In which rice, jowar, bajra, sugar cane were sown, in which the farmers of the four villages Parasia, Mathia, Gangepur, Mathia, Jahdar are grown. To prevent this, three stumbling blocks have been built since March of this year. But due to the flood, the construction work is in limbo. Around 50 hectares of land within the Parasia Ring Bandha belong to many village farmers. Which is affected by the erosion of the Ghaghra River. Here, too, the Ghaghra River cuts and moves towards the main dam.

Latghat. The water level of the Ghaghra River, which flows through the Devranchal area of ​​Sagdi Tehsil, is continuously decreasing. And the cutting has stopped too. Because of this, the villagers let out a sigh of relief.

The water level of the Ghaghra River was at 4 p.m. on Saturday at the Dighiya gauge at 68.55 meters. In contrast, the water level fell to 68.35 meters on Sunday evening. On the other hand, the water level of the Ghaghra River at 4 p.m. on Saturday at Badarhuan was 69.30 meters. That was 69.08 meters on Sunday. Due to the continuous decline in the water level of the Ghaghra River, the erosion in the Baghwa, Sadhu’s Poora, Vasu’s Poora has stopped, making the villagers breathe a sigh of relief. The Ghaghra River cuts near the village of Gangepur. The grumpy ring tied is already cut. Now the agricultural land in it is being cleared. In which rice, jowar, bajra, sugar cane were sown, in which the farmers of the four villages Parasia, Mathia, Gangepur, Mathia, Jahdar are grown. To prevent this, three stumbling blocks have been built since March of this year. But due to the flood, the construction work is in limbo. Around 50 hectares of land within the Parasia Ring Bandha belong to many village farmers. Which is affected by the erosion of the Ghaghra River. Here, too, the Ghaghra River cuts and moves towards the main dam.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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