The water of the Saryu River reached the houses

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Kotwadham / Ganeshpur (Barabanki). The saryu has started to boom due to repeated water releases from Nepal. The water of the river has reached the houses through the fields. When they saw the wild shape of the river, people began to migrate from the villages. At the same time, the pattern has intensified in many places.
The speed at which the water of the river moves can exceed the danger mark at any time. However, the administration claims that preparations to deal with the flood have been completed and instructions have been given to the SDMs of the respective Tehsils.
According to the control room on Elgin Bridge, the river’s water is moving rapidly towards the danger marker after Nepal released about three lakh cusec of water into the river on Sunday. The river moves at a rate of one centimeter per hour, which can exceed the red mark at any time. The water of the river is only 14 cm away from the danger mark.
Given the position of the river, there has been a stir in the Terai and people have begun to migrate to safer places. The water has started to move quickly through the fields towards the villages. People say that if this situation continues, the river’s water will get into the villages at any time.
Because of this, the Terai people are scared because the river’s water has started to erode in many places, adding about 30 bighas of cultivable land to the river. There is an atmosphere of panic among the Terai people.
In the Ganeshpur area, erosion has intensified near Tapesipah, Korianpurwa, and Mallahan Purwa. The flow of water is so great that it is not easy to stop erosion. The engineer of the flood section, PA Siddiqui, is on duty with the entire team to stop the erosion, but he does not succeed.
Likewise, in Sirauli Gauspur, the cut near Gobraha, Kaharanpurwa, Ithuapoorva and Majha, etc., has become very fast. The precautions taken by the flood department to prevent erosion are considered inadequate.
More than ten families from Gobarha, Kaharanpurwa, Ithuva East have started migrating as water could reach the villages. The villagers Munni Devi, Lahurka, Agnu, Ashish Dwivedi and Rajan etc. said that the rate at which the river water increases in the villages, it seems that this time even the houses are not spared and the river will take them in Lap anytime.
The Terai people say the work to stop the harvest was done on a huge budget, which is now proving meaningless. The cutting has not stopped anywhere, nor does the villagers benefit from it.
The river moves continuously towards the villages of Gobraha, Kaharanpurwa, Hata and Pansara. As a result, the work on the flood section here has become useless. The river moves continuously towards the village, cutting the vacant land and fields.
The administration claims that preparations to deal with the flood have been completed. In the areas affected by the floods, 10 flood outposts were put into operation and put on alert by the deployment of control personnel.
Aid camps were set up at 18 locations, 68 divers, 14 large and 277 medium-sized boats and 291 sailors were deployed in the floodplain. In addition, the tender for feed grain has been issued, the tender has been opened, the process is running, the feed tender is in progress.
Surendra Pal Vishwakarma, SDM, Sirauli Gauspur said the control staff deployed at the Terai have been fully alerted with the rise in the river’s water level. The river’s water level is monitored regularly. The flood department officials have been asked to stop where the cutting is taking place.

Kotwadham / Ganeshpur (Barabanki). Saryu has started a boom due to the repeated supply of water by Nepal. The water of the river has reached the houses through the fields. When they saw the wild shape of the river, people began to migrate from the villages. At the same time, the pattern has intensified in many places.

The speed at which the water of the river moves can exceed the danger mark at any time. However, the administration claims that preparations to deal with the flood have been completed and instructions have been given to the SDMs of the respective Tehsils.

According to the control room on Elgin Bridge, the river’s water is moving rapidly towards the danger marker after Nepal released about three lakh cusec of water into the river on Sunday. The river moves at a rate of one centimeter per hour, which can exceed the red mark at any time. The water of the river is only 14 cm away from the danger mark.

Given the position of the river, there has been a stir in the Terai and people have begun to migrate to safer places. The water has started to move quickly through the fields towards the villages. People say that if this situation continues, the river’s water will get into the villages at any time.

Because of this, the Terai people are scared because the river’s water has started to erode in many places, adding about 30 bighas of cultivable land to the river. There is an atmosphere of panic among the Terai people.

In the Ganeshpur area, erosion has intensified near Tapesipah, Korianpurwa, and Mallahan Purwa. The flow of water is so great that it is not easy to stop erosion. The engineer of the flood section, PA Siddiqui, is on duty with the entire team to stop the erosion, but he does not succeed.

Likewise, in Sirauli Gauspur, the cut near Gobraha, Kaharanpurwa, Ithuapoorva and Majha, etc., has become very fast. The precautions taken by the flood department to prevent erosion are considered inadequate.

More than ten families from Gobarha, Kaharanpurwa, Ithuva East have started migrating as water could reach the villages. The villagers Munni Devi, Lahurka, Agnu, Ashish Dwivedi and Rajan etc. said that the rate at which the river water increases in the villages, it seems that this time even the houses are not spared and the river will take them in Lap anytime.

The Terai people say the work to stop the harvest was done on a huge budget, which is now proving meaningless. The cutting has not stopped anywhere, nor does the villagers benefit from it.

The river moves continuously towards the villages of Gobraha, Kaharanpurwa, Hata and Pansara. As a result, the work on the flood section here has become useless. The river moves continuously towards the village, cutting the vacant land and fields.

The administration claims that preparations to deal with the flood have been completed. In the areas affected by the floods, 10 flood outposts were put into operation and put on alert by the deployment of control personnel.

Aid camps were set up at 18 locations, 68 divers, 14 large and 277 medium-sized boats and 291 sailors were deployed in the floodplain. In addition, the tender for feed grain has been issued, the tender has been opened, the process is running, the feed tender is in progress.

Surendra Pal Vishwakarma, SDM, Sirauli Gauspur said the control staff deployed at the Terai have been fully alerted with the rise in the river’s water level. The river’s water level is monitored regularly. The flood department officials have been asked to stop where the cutting is taking place.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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