Then the rivers overflowed and the water reached five villages

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Reusa / Sitapur. The water levels of the Sharda and Saryu rivers, which flow in the Terai area, suddenly rose on Sunday. As a result, the water has reached the banks of about five villages. Where the water was reduced by two meters a day ago, the water reached the same level again on Sunday. This has increased the risk of erosion in the villages. The district administration has alerted the villagers. The Lekhpals team regularly visits the villages and keeps an eye on the water.
Faujdarpurwa of Biswan tehsil is hardest hit by the floods. Here the water of the rivers had reached the boundary wall of the elementary school. But on Saturday about two meters of water had gone away because of the low water level. As a result, people sighed in relief, but the rain in the mountains suddenly raised the water level in the rivers. On Sunday the water reached the school again. Now there are only 15 families left in Faujdarpurwa. He is again afraid of erosion from rising water.
The villagers say that if the water level rises now, it will directly reach the village. Because of this, people have started collecting their belongings in order to flee. Similarly, the water has reached the villages of Myodhi Cholaha, Chowkipurwa, Durgapurwa, Parameshwarapurwa, and Dakshinpurwa. The river flows about 10 meters from these villages. On Sunday, 1.30 lakh Kusec water was released from the barrages.
This water will reach the border of the Sitapur district until late at night. This is supposed to raise the water level of the rivers. The Tehsil government has issued a warning regarding this. The villagers were asked to remain vigilant at all times. At the same time, teams from Lekhpals visit the villages and keep an eye on the water level.
The water level of the rivers has risen. The water is monitored. The villagers were alerted. At the moment there is no such thing as a flood-like situation.
Abhichal Pratap Singh, Tehsildar Biswan

Reusa / Sitapur. The water levels of the Sharda and Saryu rivers, which flow in the Terai area, suddenly rose on Sunday. As a result, the water has reached the banks of about five villages. Where the water was reduced by two meters a day ago, the water reached the same level again on Sunday. This has increased the risk of erosion in the villages. The district administration has alerted the villagers. The Lekhpals team regularly visits the villages and keeps an eye on the water.

Faujdarpurwa of Biswan tehsil is hardest hit by the floods. Here the water of the rivers had reached the boundary wall of the elementary school. But on Saturday about two meters of water had gone away because of the low water level. As a result, people sighed in relief, but the rains that fell on the mountains suddenly raised the water level in the rivers. On Sunday the water reached the school again. Now there are only 15 families left in Faujdarpurwa. He is again afraid of erosion from rising water.

The villagers say that if the water level rises now, it will directly reach the village. Because of this, people have started collecting their belongings in order to flee. Similarly, the water has reached the villages of Myodhi Cholaha, Chowkipurwa, Durgapurwa, Parameshwarapurwa, and Dakshinpurwa. The river flows about 10 meters from these villages. On Sunday, 1.30 lakh Kusec water was released from the barrages.

This water will reach the border of the Sitapur district until late at night. This is supposed to raise the water level of the rivers. The Tehsil administration has issued a warning regarding this. The villagers were asked to remain vigilant at all times. At the same time, the teams from Lekhpals visit the villages and keep an eye on the water level.

The water level of the rivers has risen. The water is monitored. The villagers were alerted. At the moment there is no such thing as a flood-like situation.

Abhichal Pratap Singh, Tehsildar Biswan

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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