People recall trail of destruction left by river in past
| Wednesday | 17th July, 2019
In fact, seasonal river Ghaggar wrecked havoc in 2010, and people of the area are apprehensive about the same cruelty again.
The water level of Ghaggar reaching the danger mark of 16 feet at Sarhala, on Tuesday, has been giving villagers sleepless nights.
On Wednesday morning, water of Ghaggar entered Sarhala Khurd village of Ghanaur block.
Laaljeet Singh, ex-sarpanch, Magar Sahib village in Devigarh block, said, “There was a sense of fear among the villages of Devigarh Block after the reports of flooding in neighboring block Ghanaur.
In the meanwhile, Junior Engineer (JE), Drainage Department, Sushant Walia, said, “The water level has decreased a little over the last 12 hours.
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