Neha Singh Rathore, who sang 'Bihar and UP Mein Ka Ba', became the daughter-in-law of Ambedkar Nagar, knows who is the groom

Neha Singh Rathore, who sang 'Bihar and UP Mein Ka Ba', became the daughter-in-law of Ambedkar Nagar, knows who is the groom

Folk singer Neha Rathore, who raised questions on the administration in the elections of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar Vidhan Sabha through songs in her special style, got tied in the bondage for seven rounds on Tuesday. Along with Himanshu Singh, a resident of Bhiti tehsil area of ​​Ambedkarnagar district of UP, he completed his marriage rituals in Lucknow. The marriage was concluded with great simplicity. With this, folk singer Neha has now become the daughter-in-law of UP.

It is worth noting that in the assembly elections of Bihar and UP, Neha Singh Rathore, who raised questions on governance and administration through her songs, has become very popular. During the elections, Neha's songs Bihar Mein Ka Ba and UP Mein Ka Ba were in the headlines. This style of questioning the government on the tongue of the people was very much discussed.


At the time of the elections, it was reported that Neha could soon become the daughter-in-law of the Ambedkar Nagar district. Other rituals had already been completed, but now a day before on Tuesday, he took seven rounds in Lucknow with Himanshu Singh, a resident of Bhiti tehsil area of ​​the district. Himanshu is a freelance writer and deputy editor of Vision Coaching magazine. Himanshu's father has got a house built in Akbarpur.

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Many villages were submerged due to the Nuna river overflowing, the population of more than twenty thousand affected

Many villages were submerged due to the Nuna river overflowing, the population of more than twenty thousand affected

Once again, due to the rise of the Nuna river, a situation of distress has arisen in the eastern part of the Sikti block area. The Nuna and Bakra rivers, which are included in the major rivers of the block area, are in full spate. More than two dozen villages are in its grip due to the strong current of the Nuna river. The entire residential area has been submerged. At the same time, the goat river is in the process of increasing its height even at a high places. Four to five feet of flood water is present in all the low-lying areas. The people of Ghorachowk, Sighia, Bansbari, and Kachana are forced to migrate in search of a safe place. In other villages including Dahipora, Pirganj, Daniya, Khutahara, Nemua, Pipra, Karahabari, the harvesting continues at a fast pace by the Bakra river. While some part of Daniya village is in the grip of the river. On the other hand, the houses of Budhan Mandal, Laxmi Mandal, and Santosh Mandal in Pararia village of Kauakoh Panchayat have been cut off and merged with the river. The old embankment of Ghoda Chowk, Sighia, and Bansbari has been leveled in the fast current of the river by the Nuna river flowing in the eastern part of the Sikti block area, due to which the fast current of the river is cutting further towards the village. Along with the rains in Nepal's possession area, flood waters enter the houses of Ghoda Chowk, Banswadi, Sighia, and Rani Katta villages of Dahagma Panchayats situated on the banks of the Nuna river. Once again the road from Sikti to Kaliaganj Palasi via Vilayati Badi has been washed away by the strong current of the river. Mustafa, Wasik, Saddam, Haseeb, Afsar, Zafar, Hasamuddin, Atbari, Rahman, Naim, Ametul, Zubeida, etc. told that they have been facing the havoc of Nuna for years. Traffic was stopped due to flowing water with a strong current in the Nai stream near Dahgama Idgah Tola on Sikti Vilayati Bari Path. At the same time, the flood water flowing through the graveyard from the west of the stream Salgodi is flowing over the road of Salgodi Kachana. The water has also spread in the courtyard of the houses of the people living in the lower part of Salgodi, Kachana, and Ansari tolas. Due to this the water of the Nuna river has been filled in many villages and villages. There is water above two feet inside the house. Due to this a big problem of living and food has arisen in front of the people. On the embankments like Bansbari, Sighia, and Salgori, the Nuna river is flowing from one village to another, cutting at a high speed. The whole field is submerged. There are three feet of water on the roads of villages like Bansbari, Ghorachowk, Aulabari, Baguladangi, etc. Most of the kutcha houses have collapsed in the flow of water. The flow of water is fast on the main road near the house of former chief Mo Tahir. The road has been cut at many places at Ghorachowk. The flow is so strong that most of the rural road is in its JD and the cutting is going on. Somehow the villagers are compelled to go shopping by getting into the water to buy essential items. Once again the picture of flood tragedy has come to the fore. Due to the flow of water in this new stream of Nuna, water has entered more than a dozen villages and localities including Salgodi, Kachana, Ansari Tola, and Aulabari. Where there is a state of despair.

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