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Kalibari than submerged by rising waters of Kaldia

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PATACHARKUCHI, June 28 - Following incessant rains since the last few days, surging waters of Pahumara and Kaldia rivers have posed a threat in the area.

The Kalibari Siva Than here at Jalikhata, which was constructed beside a huge banyan tree, has been throughly submerged by swirling waters of the Kaldia.

Flood waters of river Kaldia washed away a portion of the embankment and the entire Kalibari Siva Than area has been submerged.

The floodwaters have posed a great threat to the 207-year-old banyan tree. The locals claim that the tree is the second oldest in Asia.

It may be mention here that people have been demanding to save the tree from floodwaters of Kaldia river for a long time but no action has been taken so far.

Ananda Khataniar, brand ambassador of Forest and Environment departments informed that he has already informed the matter to the Deputy Commissioner and higher officials and has requested them to take immediate anti-erosion measures.

Meanwhile, Pahumara river is also rising alarmingly and has damaged a portion of the road nearby.

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Kalibari than submerged by rising waters of Kaldia

PATACHARKUCHI, June 28 - Following incessant rains since the last few days, surging waters of Pahumara and Kaldia rivers have posed a threat in the area.

The Kalibari Siva Than here at Jalikhata, which was constructed beside a huge banyan tree, has been throughly submerged by swirling waters of the Kaldia.

Flood waters of river Kaldia washed away a portion of the embankment and the entire Kalibari Siva Than area has been submerged.

The floodwaters have posed a great threat to the 207-year-old banyan tree. The locals claim that the tree is the second oldest in Asia.

It may be mention here that people have been demanding to save the tree from floodwaters of Kaldia river for a long time but no action has been taken so far.

Ananda Khataniar, brand ambassador of Forest and Environment departments informed that he has already informed the matter to the Deputy Commissioner and higher officials and has requested them to take immediate anti-erosion measures.

Meanwhile, Pahumara river is also rising alarmingly and has damaged a portion of the road nearby.