Dozens of villagers here are spending their lives by eating dry, see how the days are spent in pictures

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Rapti of Gorakhpur division and the Cachar of Saryu river and those facing floods in Diara have faced a straw crisis for livestock including bread and medicine on June 2. The sudden floods in the Badhalganj area did not even give them a chance to recover. Dozens of submerged villages are passing around every day.



People are not getting enough food from their stomachs. You have to spend the night eating rough and dry. Even pure water for drinking is not destined. The population of about two lakhs, surrounded by floodwaters, has started having trouble with fodder for animals including salt, oil, wood. Relief supplies and medicines were not provided by the administration in submerged villages.


There is no electricity in 56 villages after a tree fell on the main tension wire near the village of Mujuna. The communication service is also at a standstill. Due to a lack of access to the village, the victims are not even able to get the necessities. The administration could not meet the requirements like matchstick, candle, sawdust, and kerosene for the victims.

Ramdulare of Bagaha, Urmila Devi of Jagdishpur, Parvati Devi of Lakhanori, Suryanath of Bagaha Dewar, Mukkha Gaur of Kolkhas, Rajesh, Ashok, Paras, Sanju, Kalavati, Minta's hut are surrounded by water. The ration is running out in the homes of these people. There is little rice left, which is one-time work.

These people say that the condition in the villages is worsening every second. People are getting sick after drinking floodwater. There is no arrangement for their treatment. If the doctor's team and relief materials do not come to the village, then the crisis will deepen.

At the same time, SDM Gola Rajendra Bahadur said that packets of goods needed are being delivered to the village. Two teams of the Primary Health Center, Derwa have started the camp in submerged villages and deliver medicines. The water level of the rivers is also decreasing. Soon the situation will return to normal.