Bihar Flood: Erosion of Kankai river intensifies in Purnia, destruction in flood affected area, people forced to migrate

Pankaj Prasad
Erosion of Kankai river
Erosion of Kankai river

The villages of Kankai river area of ​​Purnia district are in the grip of severe erosion these days.

Flood havoc continues in Bihar. The Kankai river in Purnia is currently in spate. The villages of Kankai river area of ​​Purnia district are in the grip of severe erosion these days. Erosion of water due to strong current is at its peak. The houses of the villagers settled on the banks of the river are getting ruined due to erosion. There is an atmosphere of panic among the people about this. The villagers, who are facing devastation due to the erosion, are being forced to migrate elsewhere from the village. People living nearby are scared and scared about this. Villagers say that they are not getting any kind of help from the administration. Many people's houses have collapsed due to the strong erosion of the river.

people forced to flee

Let us tell you that the existence of many villages in Purnia has reached the verge of extinction. Now there is no house on the banks of the river, but the village is also not far from the river. At this time the people of the villages around the Kankai river are living in panic. The low lying area has been filled with flood water. At the same time, last year the primary school, Talbari Tola, Anganwadi center, road also merged with the river. Many families were rendered homeless. Many people have fled.

Chances of rain in these districts

The Meteorological Department has issued a report regarding the rain in Bihar. In this report, the possibility of rain and thunderstorms has been expressed in 21 districts of the state. An alert has been issued in Bihar's Kishanganj, Katihar, Purnia, Araria, Madhepura, Supaul, Saharsa, Begusarai, Rohtas, Kaimur Lakhisarai, Buxar, Bhojpur, Nawada, Gaya Jehanabad, Arwal and Aurangabad to avoid thunderstorms. It has been advised by the Meteorological Department to be aware of thunderstorms in these districts. It has been told that the wind will blow at the rate of 30 to 40 km per hour and there will be thunder.