Four kilometer long new embankment will be built in Darbhanga, CM ordered

Big news is coming from Darbhanga, Bihar. According to the latest report, a new embankment of four kilometers long will be built in Darbhanga. This will give relief to the people of Darbhanga from the water of three rivers. CM Nitish Kumar has given orders regarding this.

According to the news, a new embankment of four kilometers long will be built between Kamla and Bagmati river near Kusheshwarsthan in Darbhanga. With the construction of this dam, people of Darbhanga will get relief from the water of Kamla and Bagmati as well as Kosi river.

During a conversation with the media, CM Nitish Kumar said that due to the construction of this embankment, the water of three rivers will be saved. This will give relief to the people and during the rainy season they will be saved from the water of three rivers and their problems will be less.

In fact, there is a gap of four kilometers between the left embankment of Kamla and the right embankment of Bagmati. Due to this gap, flood situation arises every year in Darbhanga district. To overcome this problem, instructions have been given to build a new embankment here.

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