Heavy sea erosion in Kundapur as monsoon picks up intensity

Silvester D’Souza

Daijiworld Media Network – Kundapur (EP)

Kundapur, Jul 5: There has been sea erosion in Kundapur as the monsoon became intense. Though there was wide sea erosion at Maravanthe during the last one week, the government, elected representatives or the concerned department have not taken action. The people who are disappointed by the indifference are trying their best on their own to prevent the erosion.

Huge waves are beating the shore at the out port and have acquired a large area. The waves are coming further and as there are no efforts to prevent them, there is a danger of the connecting road getting washed away.

People are keeping trees and sacks across the waves trying to prevent the impact. People are working hard risking their lives.

Sea erosion has been a natural phenomenon here every year. The victims have not received any compensation in this connection so far. The matter has become a subject of daily anxiety.





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  • Chandu, Karla

    Wed, Jul 06 2022

    When you destroy the nature relentlessly for our selfishness this how it reacts to balance out. This is our own making.

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  • Eva, Kirem

    Tue, Jul 05 2022

    Natural calamities no one can fight with nature but for sure our government can spend a portion of our tax money on affected people. Shift them with jobs

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  • Nelson, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 06 2022

    Natural calamities are our doing not natures

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