Water level in Sharda River suddenly rises – Lakhimpur Kheri: Increased water level in Sharda River, two JCBs and a Pokeland machine in the river

Amar Ujala Network, Lakhimpur Kheri

Published by: Prachi Priyam
Updated Fri, May 21, 2021 11:18 PM IST

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Two JCBs and a Pokeland machine were involved in dam construction due to flash floods after the rain in the Sharda River near number seven Majra Jungle of Surajpur, Panchayat village of the Bijua block of Lakhimpur Kheri.

Increased water level of the Sharda River
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Two JCBs and a Pokeland machine that were involved in the dam construction merged into the Sharda River near number seven Majra Jungle of Surajpur, Panchayat village of the Bijua block of Lakhimpur Kheri, due to flash floods after the rain River while other workers were involved in dam construction Leave your belongings in the water and run away after saving lives.According to the information, drivers, operators and some workers, including two JCBs and a Pokeland machine, were being built during the dam being built by the irrigation department in the Sharda River near Majra Jungle number seven in Surajpur, Gram Panchayat in Bijua was blocked, caught in the flash flood.

By the time these people could understand anything, the river’s water level rose so quickly that they had to save their lives. With the help of the villagers, they somehow had to run away from the river, leaving the machines and their food and beverages in the middle. Village chief Dinesh Kumar offered shelter to the people who came to the coast with great difficulty.

Village chief Dinesh Kumar said that never before had so much water entered the Sharda River in May. Fortunately it was day. When it was night no one could escape. According to the village chief, two JCBs and a Pokeland machine were taken into the water.

Now on Saturday there will be a campaign to remove the machines during the day. While the sinking of the river filled some people’s stomachs, it was locally removed. It was said that all operators and workers are fine. Information was passed on to the irrigation department.

In the case, Bhira SO Ajay Rai said he was unaware, while Bijua CHC officer Amit Singh said that no patient from forest number seven had reached the hospital.

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Two JCBs and a Pokeland machine that were involved in the dam construction merged into the Sharda River near number seven Majra Jungle of Surajpur, Panchayat village of the Bijua block of Lakhimpur Kheri, due to flash floods after the rain River while other workers were involved in dam construction Leave your belongings in the water and run away after saving lives.

According to the information, drivers, operators and some workers, including two JCBs and a Pokeland machine, were being built during the dam being built by the irrigation department in the Sharda River near Majra Jungle number seven in Surajpur, Gram Panchayat in Bijua was blocked, caught in the flash flood.

By the time these people could understand anything, the river’s water level rose so quickly that they had to save their lives. With the help of the villagers, they somehow had to run away from the river, leaving the machines and their food and beverages in the middle. Village chief Dinesh Kumar offered shelter to the people who came to the coast with great difficulty.

Village chief Dinesh Kumar said that never before had so much water entered the Sharda River in May. Fortunately it was day. When it was night no one could escape. According to the village chief, two JCBs and a Pokeland machine were taken into the water.

Now on Saturday there will be a campaign to remove the machines during the day. While the sinking of the river filled some people’s stomachs, it was locally removed. It was said that all operators and workers are fine. Information was passed on to the irrigation department.

In the case, Bhira SO Ajay Rai said he was unaware, while Bijua CHC officer Amit Singh said that no patient from forest number seven had reached the hospital.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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