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Water is in many parts of Pipraghat. penetrated
Samvad news agency
Tamkuhirod / Khadda. The waters of the Gandak River penetrated many parts of the village of Pipraghat in the Tamkuhiraj Tehsil area on Sunday. The problem is that the water has reached the streets and schools. Due to the rise and fall of the river’s water level, the pressure on Narvajot and AP Dam has also increased.
Pipraghat Gram Sabha of the Severhi Development Block is located in the Doab of the Bansi and Gandak Rivers. Most of their settlements are located in the lower reaches and when the water level of the Gandak River rises, they are also filled with water. After the release of 2.93 lakh Kusec water into the Gandak River from the Valmikinagar Dam on Saturday, floods entered several homes in Mushari Tola, Shiv Tola, Motiray Tola, Imilia Tola, Devnarayan Tola, Hanuman Tola and Upadhyay Tola by Pipraghat .
At the same time, the Tawakal Tola and Butan Tola community schools were also flooded. The roads connecting these villages have also been flooded. Because of this, in addition to the movement of people in these villages, many other problems have intensified. Jaipur, Raniganj, Narwa Tola, Jogni, Narwajot and other places have been inundated by floods and crops have been flooded.
Shivpujan Nishad, a resident of Shiv Tola, says the four months of the rainy season are the most difficult for people in the lower villages. The spread of the Gandak river water in these areas has affected people’s lives. This cycle lasts until September. Vipin Yadav from Moti Rai Tola says that due to waterlogging in the village, many people have to make a living from stretching plastic or building thatched-roof huts on the dam. Ashok Mukhiya, Rajkumar, Vikram, Kundan, Raghunath, Ramchandra, Kailash, Ramsurat, Lakshman, etc., who were hit by the flood, say the flood water entered their homes. The problem of living and drinking arose before them. These people have asked the Tehsil administration for help from those affected. Tehsildar Rampyare says the tax officials in the affected villages are keeping an eye on every situation.
Increased monitoring of the dam in the flood zone
Samvad news agency
Tamkuhirod. After the release of 2 lakh 93,000 Cusec water in the Gandak River on Saturday, the Gandak River in the Severhi area has been gaining momentum since Sunday. The risk of erosion has increased due to the rise in water pressure at all sensitive points of the dam from the Narvajot Dam to the Ahirolidan of the AP Dam. As the danger was recognized, the flood department was also alerted and monitoring of the dam was intensified.
The Gandak River flows approximately twenty kilometers from the Narvajot Dam, Pipraghat, to the AP Dam, Ahirolidan in the Severhi area. With the release of 2.93 lakh Kusec water from the Valmiki Dam, the river at Pipraghat began to flow alongside the dam for about two kilometers. Similarly, the pressure of the river on many other Stolpersteine ​​increased with the Stolperstein at 1,480 in front of the village of Bintoli and the Stolperstein at Km 12,860 near Noniapatti. Similarly, outside Chainpatti village, rolling back between km 2,400 and km 2,500 has become a threat to the dam. The same situation prevails in Ghaghwa Jagdish, Jawahi Dayal, Virwat Konhavaliya, Bakkhas, Baghachor. There the river flows in many sensitive places next to the dam. However, the engineers of the flood section have increased monitoring of the entire dam. Nonetheless, Dinanath Singh, Pappu Yadav, Briijkishore Sahni, Pujari Singh, Dhruv Nishad, Sanjay Singh, Prabhunath Yadav, Gautam Singh, JP Nishad etc., the river is decreasing, the risk of erosion can increase in all endangered areas and the safety of the villages along the dam can be at risk.
SDO of the SK Priyadarshi flood department says the river’s water level has risen, increasing monitoring of all sensitive areas.

Water is in many parts of Pipraghat. penetrated

Samvad news agency

Tamkuhirod / Khadda. The waters of the Gandak River penetrated many parts of the village of Pipraghat in the Tamkuhiraj Tehsil area on Sunday. The problem is that the water has reached the streets and schools. Due to the rise and fall of the river’s water level, the pressure on Narvajot and AP Dam has also increased.

Pipraghat Gram Sabha of the Severhi Development Block is located in the Doab of the Bansi and Gandak Rivers. Most of their settlements are located in the lower reaches and when the water level of the Gandak River rises, they are also filled with water. After the release of 2.93 lakh Kusec water into the Gandak River from the Valmikinagar Dam on Saturday, floods entered several homes in Mushari Tola, Shiv Tola, Motiray Tola, Imilia Tola, Devnarayan Tola, Hanuman Tola and Upadhyay Tola by Pipraghat .

At the same time, the Tawakal Tola and Butan Tola community schools were also flooded. The roads connecting these villages have also been flooded. Because of this, in addition to the movement of people in these villages, many other problems have intensified. Jaipur, Raniganj, Narwa Tola, Jogni, Narwajot and other places have been inundated by floods and crops have been flooded.

Shivpujan Nishad, a resident of Shiv Tola, says the four months of the rainy season are the most difficult for people in the lower villages. The spread of the Gandak river water in these areas has affected people’s lives. This cycle lasts until September. Vipin Yadav from Moti Rai Tola says that due to waterlogging in the village, many people have to make a living from stretching plastic or building thatched-roof huts on the dam. Ashok Mukhiya, Rajkumar, Vikram, Kundan, Raghunath, Ramchandra, Kailash, Ramsurat, Lakshman, etc., who were hit by the flood, say the flood water entered their homes. The problem of living and drinking arose before them. These people have asked the Tehsil administration for help from those affected. Tehsildar Rampyare says the tax advisors in the affected villages are keeping an eye on every situation.

Increased monitoring of the dam in the flood zone

Samvad news agency

Tamkuhirod. After the release of 2 lakh 93,000 Cusec water in the Gandak River on Saturday, the Gandak River in the Severhi area has been gaining momentum since Sunday. The risk of erosion has increased due to the rise in water pressure at all sensitive points of the dam from the Narvajot Dam to the Ahirolidan of the AP Dam. As the danger was recognized, the flood department was also alerted and monitoring of the dam was intensified.

The Gandak River flows approximately twenty kilometers from the Narvajot Dam, Pipraghat, to the AP Dam, Ahirolidan in the Severhi region. With the release of 2.93 lakh Kusec water from the Valmiki Dam, the river at Pipraghat began to flow alongside the dam for about two kilometers. Similarly, the pressure of the river on many other Stolpersteine ​​increased with the Stolperstein at 1,480 in front of the village of Bintoli and the Stolperstein at Km 12,860 near Noniapatti. Similarly, outside Chainpatti village, rolling back between km 2,400 and km 2,500 has become a threat to the dam. The same situation prevails in Ghaghwa Jagdish, Jawahi Dayal, Virwat Konhavaliya, Bakkhas, Baghachor. There the river flows in many sensitive places next to the dam. However, the engineers of the flood section have increased monitoring of the entire dam. Nonetheless, Dinanath Singh, Pappu Yadav, Briijkishore Sahni, Pujari Singh, Dhruv Nishad, Sanjay Singh, Prabhunath Yadav, Gautam Singh, JP Nishad etc flow is decreasing, all the risk of erosion can increase in sensitive areas and also the safety of the villages along the dam can be at risk.

SDO of the SK Priyadarshi flood department says the river’s water level has risen, increasing monitoring of all sensitive areas.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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