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Flood havoc: The Ganges, just 200 feet away from the village, merged into the 30 feet road river

Flood havoc: The Ganges, just 200 feet away from the village, merged into the 30 feet road river

The speed of increasing the water level of the Ganges has reduced. But fierce erosion continues. The erosion from Babupur to Ghoshpur in the coastal areas of the Ganges of Sabar is fast. The PCC road from Babupur to Santnagar was cut in the Ganges by cutting about 30 feet. There is still a severe erosion at this place. But till now the rescue work has not started from the department there. Villagers said that if rescue work is no longer started, then the remaining road will also merge into the river. Ganga is now just 200 feet away from Santnagar village. There is also a rapid erosion in Ghoshpur. Apart from this, erosion continues in Rajandipur, Bagder, English villages. The condition is that the fear of the people here is feeling that if the erosion of the vegetable crop in this rapidly, the crop of the vegetable will be cut into the Ganges and the only means of living will also be over. While the villagers have been demanding the construction of the ring dam for the last three years, only the sand -filled sacks are being put in the river river near the English village. One and a half months ago, the DM and SDO assured to start an anti -cutting work after inspecting Rajandipur, Santnagar villages. At the same time, due to non -allocation of CO, so far, the actual work has not started in all places. Where Basi could not even remove the goods of the house in such a rapid pace. Zaheer, Mo. Azim, Mo. Majeed, Mohammad Nazir, Mohammad Ansar, Mohammad Mohsin say that he had built a house in some way, which was caught in Kosi. All this happened so fast that he could not even remove goods from the house. There is no place to stay due to the cutting of the house, nor is there anything left to eat, while 80-year-old Mohammad Mastan says that his three sons had to go to Punjab to feed the family, so that old parents and children had to go to Punjab. Can get bread. 60 -year -old Mo. Ashfaq says that he got Indira Awas, in which he had built a house by making hard earned money, but he got into Kesi. 45 -year -old Hasina Begum and Firoza Khatoon say that the stove has not been burnt in the house since the day. Khichdi, who is feeding the erosion of the erosion of the village, is also living hungry with the children under a tree. Some people of the village have donated collectively and arranged khichdi. Awadhesh Yadav of this village said that half the village has been cut. People whose house has been cut, such families have been given shelter by the people of the village on their homes, while providing food and water for those families. Rangra CO Ashish Kumar said that polythene and drought ration have been distributed to the displaced families in Jahangirpur Basi. Apart from this, five chapakalas have been installed for drinking water. Mass kitchen is being arranged. Further, initiative is being taken towards the rest of the arrangements for displaced families as per the requirement. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.

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July 29th 2022, 12:27 am
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