Tamsa, Bisuhi and Majui rivers wreaked havoc in three tehsils of Ambedkarnagar, submerged paddy crops

Tamsa, Bisuhi and Majui rivers wreaked havoc in three tehsils of Ambedkarnagar, submerged paddy crops

 In Bhiti, Akbarpur and Jalalpur tehsils, Tamsa, Majui and Bisuhi rivers have caused havoc. The water level of these rivers is increasing day by day after the monsoon rains in the last days. Paddy and sugarcane crops have been submerged in coastal villages. Roads and roads have been cut at places due to flowing water. Many villages have almost lost contact with places like markets, schools and hospitals. Women are prohibited from leaving the house. Villagers are risking their lives and passing through flood waters to meet their daily needs and fodder for animals.

Failed to absorb rain water: Tamsa, Bisuhi, Majui rivers of shallow foothills enter Bhiti tehsil in Ambedkar Nagar from Ayodhya Mandal and Sultanpur district. These three rivers face the problem of drought for seven to eight months of the year. In the rain, these rivers take a rough form. Their foothills fail to hold the rain water, causing havoc in the coastal villages. These days the rise of all the three small rivers has put the farmers and the common man in trouble.

Women teachers and students in trouble: Children and teachers are seen putting their lives at risk due to water logging outside the villages including schools and various roads leading to it. There is a fear of a major accident due to knee-sized water on the road and rough roads and deep ditch on both sides of it. It has become a big problem for female teachers to go to school by entering the flood waters. On the other hand, poisonous animals are also running here and there due to water filling. Children are at risk from them.

The situation in Bhiti is worse: The situation here is worst as the three rivers Tamsa, Bisuhi and Majui pass through the Bhiti tehsil. Millions of acres of paddy and sugarcane crops are on the verge of destruction in more than 50 affected villages. The entire crop of all the farmers of these villages is getting ruined. The flood water of Tamsa river is flowing from above on the connectivity road from Gosainganj market to Senpur and Bhiti market of Ayodhya district. Traffic is disrupted due to road and road cuts. Women are imprisoned in their homes due to waterlogging in villages. Farmers are putting their lives at risk in arranging animal feed.

Trouble due to floods in Akbarpur: Tamsa river passing through district headquarters in Akbarpur tehsil has created a lot of devastation. Roads and houses in populated areas are flooded with water. All the villages of Katehri and Akbarpur blocks are situated on the banks of river Tamsa. Paddy crops have been submerged in these villages. There is also a possibility of damage to thousands of acres of paddy and sugarcane crops.

Many villages of Jalalpur affected: Tamsa and Majui (Manjusha) rivers have caused havoc in the border of Jalalpur tehsil. Here the flood waters of small rivers have entered Kannupur, Usmapur, Badepur Partial, Fish village. Due to this, there is a danger of crop loss of about 100 acres.


The open pole of the cow protection center of Kanpur Municipal Corporation was carrying dead cows by hiding them in a heap of dung

The open pole of the cow protection center of Kanpur Municipal Corporation was carrying dead cows by hiding them in a heap of dung

The members of Bajrang Dal and Gau Raksha Seva Samiti, who were carrying three dead cows hiding in a heap of cow dung in the temporary cow protection center of Panki, were caught and started a ruckus. As soon as the members arrived, the arrangements in the center were exposed, they alleged that the center management does not take care of the cattle and the staff does not give treatment to the sick animals, due to which they die. The police, who reached the information of the uproar, pacified the people and the dead animals were sent by another vehicle.

In the city of Kanpur, when the cows roaming destitute are caught, they are kept in the temporary cow protection center located in Panki B block. Here the responsibility of taking care of the cows rests with the Municipal Corporation. Cases of negligence in the maintenance and food of cattle have come to the fore many times in the past. A similar heart-wrenching case came to light on Tuesday when the employees of the center were carrying three dead cows in a dumpster hiding in the middle of a heap of cow dung. Meanwhile, dozens of activists including district cow protection chief Vivek Dwivedi, district coordinator Naresh Singh Tomar, Rohit Singh, Rahul Raj, Ashish Srivastava, Vimal Pal, Gyanu started a ruckus. The workers got the dead cows out by opening the vehicle laden with cow dung.

He alleged that the employees of the conservation center do not give treatment to the sick animals and this leads to their death. The dead cows are thrown between the dung heaps, hidden in the vehicles and thrown outside. More than half a dozen animals in the center have been found in sick and dying condition. Panki police station inspector Dadhibal Tiwari said that the police had reached the spot as soon as the information about the uproar was received. The workers associated with Gauseva had taken out the dead cows from a vehicle laden with cow dung and kept them on the road. The dead cows have been sent by another vehicle.