Villagers shocked by raptis harvest, farm underwater

Flood is flowing on the road in the Jamunha area and people taking help with the boat
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Shravasti. The water level of the Rapti River is decreasing at a rate of 10 cm per hour. The water of the river has sunk 10 cm below the danger mark. Nevertheless, the problem of erosion and waterlogging remains in the villages in the catchment area. As deforestation intensifies as the water level drops, villagers in many villages are moving to a safer place by tearing down their houses with their own hands. On the other hand, traffic on Bhinga Jamunha Road is still blocked due to flooding.
Also on Friday there was heavy rain in many parts of the district. But due to the lack of rain in the mountains of Nepal, the water level of the Rapti River is dropping rapidly. The water level of the river at the Rapti barrage of Jamunha was measured in the afternoon at 127.60 meters. That is ten centimeters less than the danger mark. Here the water level of the river sinks at a rate of 10 cm per hour. With the falling water level, the Rapti River has increased erosion on its banks. At the same time, traffic is still disrupted due to the flood on Bhinga Bhangha Road. At the same time, hundreds of bighas are still flooded by fields in the villages of Cachar, including Madhwapur, Bhagwanpur. Not only that, given the river erosion in these villages, people in the villages along the banks are breaking their homes by breaking their own hands and walking towards the safe place. While the connection of Bhangha Bazar to Gondra Rajaveerpur in the Bhangha region, including the connection of many other villages in the Jamunha region, was cut, it caused traffic problems for the villagers.
Villagers rescued drowning teenagers
Akhilesh Soni (14), son Sugriv Soni, resident of Majra Virganj Nai Basti in the village of Patna in the Malhipur police station, visited the flood on Thursday evening. Due to the strong current in the water near Sarra on Malhipur Bhinga Marg, it suddenly began to flow in the water. At the same time, the local villagers rescued Akhilesh from drowning in the floods by jumping into the water. While the cycle has not yet been tracked.
The water level at Rapti Barrage was 127.70 meters at 8 a.m. on Friday. While at 9 a.m. it reached 127.60 meters. At the same time, the river’s water level is falling continuously.
The water level of the Rapti River has fallen below the danger mark. In this way, the risk of flooding is averted. The situation is normal, the water comes out quickly. -Yogananda Pandey, ADM

Shravasti. The water level of the Rapti River is decreasing at a rate of 10 cm per hour. The water of the river has sunk 10 cm below the danger mark. Nevertheless, the problem of erosion and waterlogging remains in the villages in the catchment area. As deforestation intensifies as the water level drops, villagers in many villages are moving to a safer place by tearing down their houses with their own hands. On the other hand, traffic on Bhinga Jamunha Road is still blocked due to flooding.

Also on Friday there was heavy rain in many parts of the district. But due to the lack of rain in the mountains of Nepal, the water level of the Rapti River is dropping rapidly. The water level of the river at the Rapti barrage of Jamunha was measured in the afternoon at 127.60 meters. That is ten centimeters less than the danger mark. Here the water level of the river sinks at a rate of 10 cm per hour. With the falling water level, the Rapti River has increased erosion on its banks. On the other hand, traffic is still disrupted due to the flood on Bhinga Bhangha Road. At the same time, hundreds of bighas are still flooded by fields in the villages of Cachar, including Madhwapur, Bhagwanpur. Not only that, given the river erosion in these villages, people in the villages along the banks are breaking their homes by breaking their own hands and walking towards the safe place. While the connection of Bhangha Bazar to Gondra Rajaveerpur in the Bhangha region, including the connection of many other villages in the Jamunha region, was cut, it caused traffic problems for the villagers.

Villagers rescued drowning teenagers

Akhilesh Soni (14), son Sugriv Soni, resident of Majra Virganj Nai Basti in the village of Patna in the Malhipur police station, visited the flood on Thursday evening. Due to the strong current in the water near Sarra on Malhipur Bhinga Marg, it suddenly began to flow in the water. At the same time, the local villagers rescued Akhilesh from drowning in the floods by jumping into the water. While the cycle has not yet been tracked.

The water level at Rapti Barrage was 127.70 meters at 8 a.m. on Friday. While at 9 a.m. it reached 127.60 meters. At the same time, the river’s water level is falling continuously.

The water level of the Rapti River has fallen below the danger mark. In this way, the risk of flooding is averted. The situation is normal, the water comes out quickly. -Yogananda Pandey, ADM

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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