Have you ever seen 'Blue water' from hand pump? It leaves everyone shocked in THIS village
In Jamsoti village of Chandauli, a blue colored substance like kerosene oil from an old hand pump has been a topic of discussion in the area.
Chandauli: In Jamsoti village under Louvari Kala Gram Panchayat in Tehsil Naugarh of the district, the blue colored substance like Kerosene oil coming out of the old Hand Pump has remained a topic of discussion in the area. After the release of kerosene, this news spread like fire in the forest. To see this, people from other villages also started gathering in that village. At the same time, the possibility of having mineral oil inside the ground is being expressed. At present, no expert opinion has come on this.
Let us tell you that in the township near Mahua Baba Ashram near the Veterinary Hospital in the village, the hand pump on the door of Kailash Yadav was first giving clean water, but in the morning when the housemates started running the hand pump, then Oil-like material was floating on the water that came out. The condition remained the same after running for a long time. Gradually, people from other villages also got information, so people came to see. Some people even brought blue colored water in the box.
The village head Yashwant Singh Yadav also saw, there was a smell of oil in it and he was swimming like oil on the water. Handpumps are installed in about 20 houses in the township, but only one handpump is draining oil-rich water.
This hand pump was continuously giving oily water since Friday morning. This type of incident has never happened in the area. On the other hand, the local light lekhpal also reached the spot and took a sample of that water. He said that the sample of water has been given to Tehsildar Naugarh. Village head Yashwant Singh Yadav told that he himself wonders why this is happening. This incident in the area remains a matter of curiosity among the people.
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