The administration is silent; The villagers built a salt dam to save their lives

The administration is silent; The villagers built a salt dam to save their lives

Baliapal, Odisha: The government has not listened to the appeal. The administration closed its eyes. Eventually the villagers rallied to protect their area. He built a salt dam to save his life. The high salt tide that enters the village can no longer enter the village. Yas has proved to be a force to be reckoned with by repairing the salt dams that have been broken by the storm and protecting his area from the salt tide. The incident took place in two coastal villages of Choumukh village panchayat in Baliapal block.

The villages of Chumukh and Kankadapala in the Baliapal block are located on the sea and on the triangular land of the Subarnarekha river. In the last Yas storm, a tidal wave from the sea and river mouth destroyed the salt dam protecting the village. The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a police station, injuring hundreds of people. Hundreds of acres of farmland were flooded with saltwater. “It simply came to our notice then. Even months after the storm, the government did not repair the dam. As a result, with the high tide of the new moon, the salt water flooding the farmland has left many farmers in dire straits. No matter how much the villagers appealed, neither the administration nor the government listened. Eventually the villagers come together and repair their own waist salts to protect their area. The villagers thanked him for helping the local NGOs, Sports and Gunj, a local voluntary organization. So if the government does not turn the salt dam into a stone dam, the time will come and the village of Chumukh and Kankadapala will be submerged in the sea.

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