9,000 seedlings that were planted to stop pruning were shed

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9,000 seedlings that were planted to stop pruning were discarded
Amritpur. 9000 seedlings that were planted two years ago were washed away to prevent erosion from the coming floods in the Ganges. Due to negligence in maintenance, not a single bamboo could be made in 15 villages. The people of the village say that the food was made in the name of planting bamboo plants.
It was planned to plant 9,000 bamboo seedlings in 2018-19 to prevent erosion of villages due to the Ganga and Ramganga floods. For this purpose, the aim of MGNREGA was selected to plant 600 seedlings in each of the 15 coastal villages. In addition, 7,200 rupees were paid for each gram of panchayat at the price of 12 rupees per plant.
So one when buying a total of 9000 bamboo plants in the village of Asampur, Balipatti Ranigaon, Kanchanpur Sabalpur, Aladpur Bhatauli, Bhaupur Chaurasi, Sunderpur, Harsinghpur Kayastha, Fakharpur, Chachupur Jatpura, Nagaria Jawahar, Pattidarapur, Kahar, 8 Thousand Kirachendpuran, Rupien Parta Kala were issued.
Thousands of rupees were separately spent digging the pit and bringing plants. Now the situation is such that the plants have disappeared in all the villages due to the negligence of the village chiefs and secretaries. Villagers say 600 plants were counted on record, with only 100-50 planted on site. The situation is that in some villages two or four plants are too dry.
Block development officer Gagandeep Singh said he knew nothing about planting bamboo plants. When and how many seedlings were planted in which village is being investigated.

9,000 seedlings that were planted to stop pruning were discarded

Amritpur. 9000 seedlings that were planted two years ago were washed away to prevent erosion from the coming floods in the Ganges. Due to negligence in maintenance, not a single bamboo could be made in 15 villages. The people of the village say that the food was made in the name of planting bamboo plants.

It was planned to plant 9,000 bamboo seedlings in 2018-19 to prevent erosion of villages due to the Ganga and Ramganga floods. To this end, the goal was set to plant 600 seedlings in each of the 15 coastal villages as part of MGNREGA. In addition, 7,200 rupees were paid for each gram of panchayat at the price of 12 rupees per plant.

So one when buying a total of 9000 bamboo plants in the village of Asampur, Balipatti Ranigaon, Kanchanpur Sabalpur, Aladpur Bhatauli, Bhaupur Chaurasi, Sunderpur, Harsinghpur Kayastha, Fakharpur, Chachupur Jatpura, Nagaria Jawahar, Pattidarapur, Kahar, 8 Thousand Kirachendpuran, Rupien Parta Kala were issued.

Thousands of rupees were separately spent digging the pit and bringing plants. Now the situation is such that the plants have disappeared in all the villages due to the negligence of the village chiefs and secretaries. Villagers say 600 plants were counted on record, with only 100-50 planted on site. The situation is that in some villages two or four plants are too dry.

Block development officer Gagandeep Singh said he knew nothing about planting bamboo plants. When and how many seedlings were planted in which village is being investigated.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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