Yamuna Is Increasing Every Hour, Villagers Started Collecting Goods

In the Tihar area of ​​Rajapur, the contact of a dozen villages was lost after the Yamuna river was in spate. Fear after that? – Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Mau/Rajapur (Chitrakoot). Villagers of Belas, Chillimal, Chandi, Tirdhumai Gangu, Dhaurhara, Naini, Gurgaula, Biharwan, Bakta, Dewari, Surwal, Hasta, Khopa, Bhadehdu are terrified due to the rise in the water level of Yamuna river. Arki, a village on the banks of the Payaswani river, has become an island. Traffic has been disrupted due to water-logging in Sardhua-Arki link road. The administration is keeping an eye on the water level in the villages. SDM Rajapur Rajeev Kumar Rai, Inspector-in-Charge Awadhesh Kumar Mishra visited the flood affected area and saw the arrangements. Told that arrangements have been made for the people of Arki village to stay in Inter College, Sardhua. Four boats are arranged for transportation. There is no problem of any kind in other Tihar area villages. Strict instructions have been given to the accountants and revenue inspectors to stay in the village. Every hour, information will be given in the control room made in the tehsil. Suryakant Sahu, side in-charge of Central Water Commission, Rajapur, said that till 12 noon, the water level of Yamuna river was 89.61 meters. The water level is rising at the rate of 5 cm per hour. The danger mark is 93.0 m. Vegetable sown in 50 bighas is destroyed. Many farmers in the Mau region grow vegetables in the foothills of the Yamuna river. Due to the flood in the Yamuna river, there is a huge loss. In the farmer motive, Atmaram, Kanya, Vijay, Shankar, Raju, Sugriva Adhiya take up the work of growing vegetables by taking the land of the farmers. Parwal, Kairana, Brinjal Mircha, etc. were planted by taking about 50 bighas of land. Similarly, vegetables of Ghanshyam Nishad, Kamal Nishad, Lallu Devpal of Mau town have also been destroyed. After the boom in the Yamuna river, who shows the crop ruined by the water filled in the vegetable fields of Barha Kotra, Mau? – Photo : CHITRAKOOT

After the flood in the Paiswani river, the contact of Arki of Rajapur was lost, then the administration brought relief by running a boat? – Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Mau/Rajapur (Chitrakoot). Villagers of Belas, Chillimal, Chandi, Tirdhumai Gangu, Dhaurhara, Naini, Gurgaula, Biharwan, Bakta, Dewari, Surwal, Hasta, Khopa, Bhadehdu are terrified due to the rise in the water level of Yamuna river. Arki, a village on the banks of the Payaswani river, has become an island. Traffic has been disrupted due to water-logging in the Sardhua-Arki link road. The administration is monitoring the water level in the villages. SDM Rajapur Rajeev Kumar Rai, Inspector-in-Charge Awadhesh Kumar Mishra visited the flood affected area and saw the arrangements. Told that arrangements have been made for the people of Arki village to stay in Inter College, Sardhua. Four boats are arranged for transportation. There is no problem of any kind in other Tihar area villages. Strict instructions have been given to the accountants and revenue inspectors to stay in the village. Every hour, information will be given in the control room made in the tehsil. Suryakant Sahu, side in-charge of Central Water Commission, Rajapur, said that till 12 noon, the water level of Yamuna river was 89.61 meters. The water level is rising at the rate of 5 cm per hour. The danger mark is 93.0 m. Vegetable sown in 50 bighas destroyed Mau. Many farmers in the Mau region grow vegetables in the foothills of the Yamuna river. Due to the flood in the Yamuna river, there is a huge loss. In the farmer motive, Atmaram, Kanya, Vijay, Shankar, Raju, Sugriva Adhiya take up the work of growing vegetables by taking the land of the farmers. Parwal, Kairana, Brinjal, Mircha, etc. were planted by taking about 50 bighas of land. Similarly, vegetables of Ghanshyam Nishad, Kamal Nishad, Lallu Devpal of Mau town have also been destroyed. After the boom in the Yamuna river, who shows the crop destroyed by water filled in the vegetable fields of Barha Kotra, Mau? – Photo : CHITRAKOOT

After the boom in the Paiswani river, the contact of Arki of Rajapur was lost, then the administration brought relief by running a boat? – Photo : CHITRAKOOT

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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