School built 5 years ago collapsed in flow of river Ganga

Patna: The river Ganga has created havoc in Bhagalpur in Bihar. The primary school, built five years ago, collapsed due to the rapid flow of the river. There is panic among the villagers looking at the river's rowder form. Villagers say authorities are busy in Bihar assembly elections. There's no one to hear their problem.

The fast flow of river Ganga is causing erosion in the English village under Farka Panchayat of Sabaur block of Bhagalpur. The world is that the primary school here has collapsed due to the rowder form of the river Ganga. While more than half of the school collapsed in the water, the school at Diara in Ramnagar also took time inside the Ganga.

While the villagers say that all the officers are currently busy in Bihar assembly elections, nobody is seeing the problem of villagers. The temples of education built for the better future of children have been absorbed by the river Ganga in their waters. There is no one to pay attention to this. In the past, primary schools of Rajdipur Panchayat, Mohdipur and Laluchak primary schools have also fallen due to the rapid flow of the river.

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