Newest irrigation scheme launched in time for summer
Hospitals in Madhya Pradesh have been given Rs 50 crore as a starting point for planting irrigation schemes in 10 villages to he청주출장샵lp people increase yield.
There are a total of 13 new villages being installed by the Madhya Pradesh Government under the Rs 50-crore National Water Resources Development Scheme (NWRDSP) along with nine adjacent villages, which are being constructed under the old irrigation schemes. The irrigation projects were announced by the Union Cabinet today in New Delhi to mark Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Madhya Pradesh.
The new projects are being rolled out in the state over the next six months for the people of the affected villages where there is drought-induced stunting or severe stunting of crop plants due to low oxygen levels. The irrigation schemes also include planting of trees in the affected areas to boost crop production.
The schemes aim to cover about 1,700 people in five areas to be developed as an Integrated Water Management System (IWMMS). To build upon this scheme, the Madhya Pradesh Government is working towards the development of five other irrigation schemes which are also on the drawing boards.샌즈 카지노
The three most important such schemes are an integrated water management system (IWMS) to enable farmers to take steps to manage drought in the area and a water-saving project to provide drinking water to 1.3 million households.
The irrigation schemes are being implemented in two- to three-month phases with the aim of ensuring supply of enough water for farmers during drought years.
The water allocations under the NWRDSP scheme are around Rs 15,000 crore, of which Rs 4,500 crore is being spent on four out of the five irrigation schemes and Rs 6,200 crore is on the two others. All the remaining Rs 19,500 crore will come from the budget of Rs 4,000 crore.
The existing irrigation schemes have been operating in these areas since 2002-03 and for the first four years of the project, about 90 per cent of the allocation had been used for planting of trees. This was done only because the Madhya Pradesh Government had provided Rs 40-crore for planting of trees in the affected areas.
However, farmers in affected villages are already suffering from stunted crop growth due to the poor water situation in those areas.
To achieve this target, the Government decided to upgrade irrigation facilities like improved drainage, better irrigation equipment, drip irrigation, improved drainage and water-management serv바카라사이트ices.
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