Minor relief to the farmers: The water level of the Ganges decreased, but the danger is still not over.

Minor relief to the farmers: The water level of the Ganges decreased, but the danger is still not over.

The water level of the Ganga recorded a decline on Sunday. People took relief from this, although the danger is still not over. The difficulties in the coastal areas still remain. According to the data of the Central Water Commission, the water level of the Ganges was recorded at 111.850 meters at 6 pm on Saturday. Which has reduced by 15 centimeters to 111.700 meters at 5 pm on Sunday. In Shuklaganj, where Naib Tehsildar Manjula Mishra along with a team of Kanungo and Lekhpals took stock of the affected areas on Sunday to monitor the flood situation, while in Bighapur area, SDM Ankit Shukla took stock of the flood affected areas. Meanwhile, the Pasian Kheda road has been closed due to water ingress.

Minor relief to the farmers as the water level of Ganga decreases.

The stagnant water since Saturday night has given minor relief to the farmers troubled by the water level of the Ganges submerging hundreds of bighas of crops in two gram sabhas of the tehsil area. However, farmers are keeping an eye on the water level night and day as the threat of floods has not subsided.

Hundreds of bigha crops of Lalkheda and Dulikheda, situated between the Ganges and Pandu rivers, have been submerged. In view of the ever-increasing water level, the fear of water entering the villages had increased. However, people heaved a sigh of relief due to the stagnation in the water level since Saturday night.

Ashish Yadav, a resident of Chaurapurwa said that due to floods, hundreds of bighas of crops have been submerged in water and farmers have suffered huge losses. At the same time, still no arrangements have been made by the administration. Virendra Yadav, resident of Dulikheda said that the Pandu river is also in spate. People are traveling by boat in the Pandu river to go to the places of Gram Sabhas. Village head Shri Krishna Yadav said that the Tehsil administration has been apprised about the problems of the Gram Sabha. At the same time, due to the increase in the water level in Gadhwa and Karmi Gram Sabha of Tehsil area, where thousands of bighas of land have got submerged in the Ganges due to the erosion.

The water level of the Ganges decreased, but the danger was not averted.

The water level of the Ganga recorded a decline on Sunday. People took relief from this, although the danger is still not over. The difficulties in the coastal areas still remain. According to the data of the Central Water Commission, the water level of the Ganges was recorded at 111.850 meters at 6 pm on Saturday.

Which has reduced by 15 centimeters to 111.700 meters at 5 pm on Sunday. In Shuklaganj, where Naib Tehsildar Manjula Mishra along with a team of Kanungo and Lekhpals took stock of the affected areas on Sunday to monitor the flood situation, while in Bighapur area, SDM Ankit Shukla took stock of the flood affected areas. Meanwhile, the Pasian Kheda road has been closed due to water increase.

Traffic on the road reached Pani Pasian Kheda road closed.

An atmosphere of fear has been created among the people of Tehsil Bighapur area. Traffic was stopped in view of the danger due to water logging in Pasniya Kheda road. SDM Ankit Shukla visited several villages of Katri including Jairajmau and took stock of the water level and saw the rising water level of Ganga.

Revenue employees have been instructed to keep an eye on the water level. Harvesting is going on in village Gadeva. In Lal Kheda and Dulikheda gram panchayats and about a dozen of their habitations, agricultural land is coming under the grip of water. Crops have been submerged in many places. The SDM said that there is no such thing as flood right now. The waters are below the warning point. Nevertheless, preparations have been made to deal with the floods.

Broken temporary bridge, social worker presented boat to villagers.

Bhagwant Nagar: Pramod Pal, husband of philanthropist and district panchayat member Pushpa Pal, on knowing about the problem of traffic due to the overflowing of a temporary wooden bridge built in the Pandu river due to the ever-increasing water level of Ganga in Tehsil Bighapur gifted a boat .

fear of flood.

Minor relief to the farmers: The water level of the Ganges decreased, but the danger is still not over.
Minor relief to the farmers: The water level of the Ganges decreased, but the danger is still not over.

Pariyar : The water level of Ganga in the area is stable, but including Pariar including Mana Bungalow, Babu Bungalow, Bandan Purva, Devi Purva, Panpatha, Laltu Purva, Juda Purva, Mahanand Purva, Tapra, Beni Purva, Basadhana, Fattepur, Mirzapur, Atri The fear of floods is clearly visible in the faces of the people of dozens of villages.