Excavation of ponds from the city to the villages started – Excavation of the ponds from the city to the villages started

Rampur. According to the district judge’s instructions, ponds began to be digged in the parish and Nagar Panchayat areas of the district. DM said that ponds play a very important role in urban areas from the point of view of water conservation and beautification. To take this seriously, at least two ponds in the community and in Nagar Panchayats should be excavated and beautified.
On the orders of District Judge Ravindra Kumar Mandar, ponds were started to be digged in Rampur, Shahbad, Maswasi, Swar, Tanda, Milak, Bilaspur, etc. Church and Nagar Panchayats. The chief executive was instructed by the district judge to develop the ponds as model ponds for both water collection and beautification. With a view to maximizing water storage and protecting the environment during rains in urban and rural areas, an action plan for large-scale pond digging in the district has been drawn up.
There are currently work plans for digging and planting seedlings on 1208 ponds in various grams of panchayats, of which work has started on 244 ponds. An average of nine thousand human days are laid out every day in these 244 ponds. The steemit of 453 ponds is complete and geo-tagging is in progress. Excavation will begin as soon as possible after geo-tagging. At the direction of the district judge, the work was accelerated.
Deputy Commissioner MNREGA Prabhu Dayal announced that excavation and beautification has started on 42 ponds in the Bilaspur development block, 18 in the Chamraua development block, 63 in the Milak development block, 26 in the Saidnagar development block, 45 in the Shahabad development block and 50 ponds under development Block Swar area. Steemit, geo-tagging and other archiving procedures will be carried out on the remaining ponds.
Given the transition of Kovid-19 in the district by order of the district judge, large-scale excavation work began on the ponds to provide employment to workers who had returned from the outside states. It is intended that no worker should face an employment and economic crisis in the circumstances caused by Kovid-19. In addition, pits are also being dug for large plantations in the district, among which measures are being taken to dig 1,400 pits at the identified locations in every gram of panchayat.

Rampur. According to the district judge’s instructions, ponds began to be digged in the parish and Nagar Panchayat areas of the district. DM said that ponds play a very important role in urban areas from the point of view of water conservation and beautification. To take this seriously, at least two ponds in the community and in Nagar Panchayats should be excavated and beautified.

On the orders of District Judge Ravindra Kumar Mandar, ponds were started to be digged in Rampur, Shahbad, Maswasi, Swar, Tanda, Milak, Bilaspur, etc. Church and Nagar Panchayats. The chief executive was instructed by the district judge to develop the ponds as model ponds for both water collection and beautification. With a view to maximizing water storage and protecting the environment during rains in urban and rural areas, an action plan for large-scale pond digging in the district has been drawn up.

There are currently work plans for digging and planting seedlings on 1208 ponds in various grams of panchayats, of which work has started on 244 ponds. An average of nine thousand human days are laid out every day in these 244 ponds. The steemit of 453 ponds is complete and geo-tagging is in progress. Excavation will begin as soon as possible after geo-tagging. At the direction of the district judge, the work was accelerated.

Deputy Commissioner MNREGA Prabhu Dayal announced that excavation and beautification has started on 42 ponds in the Bilaspur development block, 18 in the Chamraua development block, 63 in the Milak development block, 26 in the Saidnagar development block, 45 in the Shahabad development block and 50 ponds under development Block Swar area. Steemit, geo-tagging and other archiving procedures will be carried out on the remaining ponds.

Given the transition of Kovid-19 in the district by order of the district judge, large-scale excavation work began on the ponds to provide employment to workers who had returned from the outside states. It is intended that no worker should face an employment and economic crisis in the circumstances caused by Kovid-19. In addition, pits are also being dug for large plantations in the district, among which measures are being taken to dig 1,400 pits at the identified locations in every gram of panchayat.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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