After the rain for the last three days, the water in the overflowing rivers started receding as soon as the weather improved on Wednesday evening. With the water level in the rivers receding, the scene of the devastation of the floods is visible. During this, the flood water caused such devastation that the troubled people were left with nothing but to remember the one above.
Every unpaved paved road connecting the villages with the Prime Minister's Rural Road has now become dilapidated with cuts. At the same time, due to the cutting of the culvert on both sides of the Prime Minister's Rural Road passing in the middle of Mashangaon of Maheshbathna Panchayat, the problem of people's movement has increased. At the same time, the concern of farmers has once again increased due to the paddy crop being submerged in water in hundreds of acres of fields. Whereas the farmers who took loans, were looking forward to seeing a good crop and hoping for financial strength to come along with debt relief. But this unseasonal rain dashed everyone's hopes. On the other hand, Bahadurganj CO Ajay Kumar continued to survey these natural disaster areas by visiting the western region for the second day as well. Where along with the cutting of roads, he saw crop failure and river erosion with his own eyes. On being asked in this regard, CO Ajay Kumar told so much that the devastation caused by the floods in the midst of the three-tier panchayat elections. It has definitely become a cause of trouble for everyone. The entire administration is busy in conducting the elections. All the staff of my office are also involved in the election process work. After surveying the affected area alone, I am sending the report to the district headquarters. As soon as the guidelines are received from there, appropriate action will be taken accordingly.