Waterlogging Due To Rain, House Collapses, Faults And Crops Ruined


The condition of the road from Sitapur to Balapur village would have passed through this if the main road was waterlogged for two days?
– Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Chitrakoot/Khohi/Manikpur/Mau. Incessant rain in the district for two days has disrupted normal life. The speed of vehicles was seen on the roads. People are worried due to waterlogging in the streets and roads. Crops are getting damaged. On the other hand, paddy farmers have benefited from the rains. Many houses have collapsed there.
It rained heavily throughout the day on Friday. So that people could not come out of their homes. The working people had to face a lot of trouble. In rural areas, people are suffering due to waterlogging and dirt in the roads. In the areas of Rajapur, Manikpur, Mau, Bharatkup, Bhauri, Khohi, Shivrampur of the district, many roads in rural areas have turned into swamps. The same situation has also become a problem due to water logging in the settlements. In which the outbreak of mosquito is increasing.
Chuku Prasad’s kutcha house collapsed due to rain in Balapur village. Similarly, the house of Rajesh Kumar, Mohan Kol, a resident of Bahilpurwa in Manikpur area, collapsed.
Rising water level in Bardaha river
Manikpur. The water level in Bardaha river located in Ranipur area is also increasing for the second day. Rural Rajesh Dwivedi, Rajendra Prasad told that the situation has worsened due to excessive rain in MP region. Chamrauha, Sakraunha, Nihi, Chiraiya, Kalyanpur and Karaunha villages are affected due to excess water in Bardaha river. Having trouble commuting.
Darkness in many villages
Chitrakoot. Power supply in rural areas has come to a standstill due to rain and strong wind. There was no power throughout the night due to fault in the electrical wires. Most of the condition is of Bharatkup and Bhauri area. Similarly, there is no electricity supply in the villages of Markundri Tikriya, Kolanpurwa and Bargarh areas of Manikpur area. Bhairon Prasad, Suresh, Shivam Tripathi of Bhouri town told that since it is raining. There is no time left for electricity to come and go.
Damage to the crop of sesame, market
Chitrakoot. District Agriculture Officer RP Shukla said that most of the farmers cultivate sesame, market and jowar, and tur. These crops have suffered more due to excessive rains this year. In which up to 80 percent loss has been caused to the sesame crop in the survey conducted by the Agriculture Department. While the crop of Arhar, Bazara has also suffered more.

Waterlogging after rain due to which vehicles overturned. Dialogue– Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Chitrakoot/Khohi/Manikpur/Mau. Incessant rain in the district for two days has disrupted normal life. The speed of vehicles was seen on the roads. People are worried due to waterlogging in the streets and roads. Crops are getting damaged. On the other hand, paddy farmers have benefited from the rains. Many houses have collapsed there.

It rained heavily throughout the day on Friday. So that people could not come out of their homes. The working people had to face a lot of trouble. In rural areas, people are suffering due to waterlogging and dirt in the roads. In the areas of Rajapur, Manikpur, Mau, Bharatkup, Bhauri, Khohi, Shivrampur of the district, many roads in rural areas have turned into swamps. The same situation has also become a problem due to water logging in the settlements. In which the outbreak of mosquito is increasing.

Chuku Prasad’s kutcha house collapsed due to rain in Balapur village. Similarly, the house of Rajesh Kumar, Mohan Kol, a resident of Bahilpurwa in Manikpur area, collapsed.

Rising water level in Bardaha river

Manikpur. The water level in Bardaha river located in Ranipur area is also increasing for the second day. Rural Rajesh Dwivedi, Rajendra Prasad told that the situation has worsened due to excessive rain in MP region. Chamrauha, Sakraunha, Nihi, Chiraiya, Kalyanpur and Karaunha villages are affected due to excess water in Bardaha river. Having trouble commuting.

Darkness in many villages

Chitrakoot. Electricity supply in rural areas has come to a standstill due to rain and strong wind. There was no power throughout the night due to fault in the electrical wires. Most of the condition is of Bharatkup and Bhauri area. Similarly, there is no electricity supply in the villages of Markundri Tikriya, Kolanpurwa and Bargarh areas of Manikpur area. Bhairon Prasad, Suresh, Shivam Tripathi of Bhouri town told that since it is raining. There is no time left for electricity to come and go.

Damage to the crop of sesame, market

Chitrakoot. District Agriculture Officer RP Shukla said that most of the farmers cultivate sesame, market and jowar, and tur. These crops have been damaged due to excessive rains this year. In which up to 80 percent loss has been caused to the sesame crop in the survey conducted by the Agriculture Department. While the crop of Arhar, Bazara has also suffered more.

  Waterlogging after rain due to which vehicles overturned.  Dialogue

Waterlogging after rain due to which vehicles overturned. Dialogue– Photo : CHITRAKOOT

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