Minning Permission Mendetory – The Mining Department has been in correspondence with the Department of Agriculture

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Lalitpur. The District Mines Officer has sent correspondence to the Department of Agriculture because people are concerned that they are digging soil under Khet Talab Yojana in the district. It states that permission from the Minerals Department is required before digging the soil in the fields. To control the transport of illegal mining.
It should be noted that the Khet Talab program was started by the government to keep the water abstraction and irrigation system running smoothly. This enables farmers to store rainwater by creating ponds in their fields. If necessary, this water can later be used for agriculture. In this way, farmers who suffer from water shortages can get a water supply system and irrigation of the plants can be carried out without any problems. The state grants a grant of 50 percent of the total costs.
Currently, however, the farmers selected last year are having problems digging the pond in the fields. While the Ministry of Agriculture asked the beneficiaries of the project to carry out the excavation work, the Ministry of Natural Resources and the police feared action. For this reason, it was not possible for the farmers to dig in the fields as part of the pond regulation.
For this reason, the District Mines Officer has been in correspondence with the Deputy Agriculture Director Santosh Kumar Savita and the Land Conservation Officer, specifying the mandate. To control the transport of minerals, farmers must obtain permission from the minerals department before digging the pond. Action is being taken to dig without permission.
To ease the farmers who get into trouble in the Khet Talab Yojana, a correspondence was conducted with the land protection officer and the deputy agricultural director of the Ministry of Agriculture.
Shashank Sharma, District Mines Officer Min

Lalitpur. The District Mines Officer has sent correspondence to the Department of Agriculture because people are concerned that they are digging soil under Khet Talab Yojana in the district. It states that permission from the Minerals Department is required before digging the soil in the fields. To control the transport of illegal mining.

It should be noted that the Khet Talab program was started by the government to keep the water abstraction and irrigation system running smoothly. This enables farmers to store rainwater by creating ponds in their fields. If necessary, this water can later be used for agriculture. In this way, farmers who suffer from water shortages can get a water supply system and irrigation of the plants can be carried out without any problems. The state grants a grant of 50 percent of the total costs.

Currently, however, the farmers selected last year are having problems digging the pond in the fields. While the Ministry of Agriculture asked the beneficiaries of the project to carry out the excavation work, the Ministry of Natural Resources and the police feared action. For this reason, it was not possible for the farmers to dig in the fields as part of the pond regulation.

For this reason, the District Mines Officer has been in correspondence with the Deputy Agriculture Director Santosh Kumar Savita and the Land Conservation Officer, specifying the mandate. To control the transport of minerals, farmers must obtain permission from the minerals department before digging the pond. Action is being taken to dig without permission.

To ease the farmers who get into trouble in the Khet Talab Yojana, a correspondence was conducted with the land protection officer and the deputy agricultural director of the Ministry of Agriculture.

Shashank Sharma, District Mines Officer Min

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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