Allegations of dredging without information, farmers stop working – Allegations of dredging without information, farmers stop working

Ramgarh As part of ongoing dredging to prevent flooding and erosion, farmers stopped the second phase of diverting the river across the Ganges at Pachrukhia mauja at a cost of around 20 crores. The tenants accuse that starting the dredging without information is an injustice. Dredging on agricultural land is not permitted at any cost. Regardless of the extent to which the fight has to be waged. We are ready. Farmers said the only way to make a living for their families was through agriculture. As a result, the dredging work in Pandeypur Mauja by Bairia Tehsil was stopped on Thursday.
Let me tell you that last year, at the cost of 30 crores, dredging in Pachrukhia Mauj was started by the Varanasi, a blocking block. A tributary was also formed. 60 meters wide and four meters below the Gangetic foothills were dug up to a distance of about three kilometers. However, the canalization of the tributary was reduced to around 500 meters of sand mud during mild flooding. This time is the second working phase with the UPPCL. It was started with Pachrukhia Mouze. When Meenapur got to work in Pandeypur Mouza, Choube Chhapra, people were excited. He said that previous tenants should be notified by the county council. Said if the problems were solved by listening, this situation would not happen today.
Tenants Varun Pandey, Basant Kumar Pandey, Ravindra Pandey, Upendra Pandey, Bajrang Bali Pandey, Sant Kumar Pandey etc. said we will not allow dredging of our farmland at any cost. It is the only means of our daily bread.
Farmers have stopped working in Pandeypur Mauja from Bairia Tehsil. Because of this, the work is still closed, but discussions will soon be attempted to find a solution. At the moment when there are no restrictions. Work is going on there.
– Dilip Kumar Gaur, Deputy Project Manager, Irrigation Department

Ramgarh As part of ongoing dredging to prevent flooding and erosion, farmers stopped the second phase of diverting the river across the Ganges at Pachrukhia mauja at a cost of around 20 crores. The tenants accuse that starting the dredging without information is an injustice. Dredging on agricultural land is not permitted at any cost. Regardless of the extent to which the fight has to be waged. We are ready. Farmers said the only way to make a living for their families was through agriculture. As a result, the dredging work in Pandeypur Mauja by Bairia Tehsil was stopped on Thursday.

Let me tell you that last year, at the cost of 30 crores, dredging in Pachrukhia Mauj was started by the Varanasi, a blocking block. A tributary was also formed. 60 meters wide and four meters below the Gangetic foothills were dug up to a distance of about three kilometers. However, the canalization of the tributary was reduced to around 500 meters of sand mud during mild flooding. This time is the second working phase with the UPPCL. It was started with Pachrukhia Mouze. When Meenapur got to work in Pandeypur Mouza, Choube Chhapra, people were excited. He said that previous tenants should be notified by the county council. Said if the problems were solved by listening, this situation would not happen today.

Tenants Varun Pandey, Basant Kumar Pandey, Ravindra Pandey, Upendra Pandey, Bajrang Bali Pandey, Sant Kumar Pandey etc. said we will not allow dredging of our farmland at any cost. It is the only means of our daily bread.

Farmers have stopped working in Pandeypur Mauja from Bairia Tehsil. Because of this, the work is still closed, but discussions will soon be attempted to find a solution. At the moment when there are no restrictions. Work is going on there.

– Dilip Kumar Gaur, Deputy Project Manager, Irrigation Department

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