Thousands of acres of farmers’ crops submerged in river flood waters
Till now the public representatives and administration have not taken care of the suffering farmers
Due to the flood in Kilanhai river of Kaushambi Manjhanpur tehsil area, the crops of thousands of farmers of 4 dozen villages have been submerged in water, due to which the farmers are in trouble, but till now neither the public representatives have extended their hands to help the farmers in this trouble. Nor has the district administration started an effort to solve the problems of the farmers, due to which the farmers are upset.
Thousands of acres of paddy crop of thousands of farmers in the foothills of the Kilnahai river have been submerged in the floods caused by heavy rains in the past, which has completely ruined the paddy crop as well as other crops.
Due to lack of cleanliness in this river for the last several years, the flow of water is slow, due to which the crops of the farmers are not drained, thousands of acres of paddy crop of thousands of farmers of fifty villages have been completely submerged in the increased water of the river for months. . The crop submerged in water for a month has now started getting ruined, due to which there is tremendous resentment among the farmers. On June 2, the problem of bread is seen in front of the same farmers.
The farmers of the area say that the cleaning work has not been done in the river for the last 3 years, due to which the soil of all kinds of grass flowing in the river has filled the river, due to which the flow of river water is stopping. Due to this, the water of the river is not able to drain at full speed, due to the stagnation of water, the water of the river gets filled in the fields, including Tenshah Alamabad, Reuriapar, Maduki Tikri, Bahadurpur, Osa, Sirchanpur, Chimirchha, Pathra, Asada Jamdua 50 Paddy crops including millets, tur, vegetables etc. of thousands of farmers of more than two villages have been completely submerged in the flood waters. According to the farmers, the crop of more than one thousand acres of land is completely submerged in water at this time.