Seven thousand ponds are dug in the mandal

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To tie. Seven thousand new ponds will be dug in the Chitrakoot Dham division this year. In addition to the water supply for the fields, the groundwater level is also improving. 4480 ponds are dug under the Khet Talab Yojana. The government has been asked to further increase the grants available in the ponds.
Division chairman Dinesh Kumar Singh on Friday inspected the ponds dug by Khet Talab Yojana in the village of Khairada, Banda. Ask the affected farmers to collect rainwater in them so that irrigation can take place. The groundwater level will also improve. Motivated to breed fish in ponds and plantations. The commissioner honored the farmers Kuber Singh, Vimal Kumar, Arjun Singh, Keshav Prasad, Rafiq, etc., who dug ponds in their fields by wreaths them.
Said any farmer who wants to have the pond dug should apply online. The commissioner inspected the Secretariat of Gram Panchayat Mataundh Rural. He ordered the names of day officers Beat Sepoys and Panchayat Samitis to be entered here. The commissioner also saw the public service center, head room, auditorium, etc. Ask the secretary to inspect the ponds and see that there is no problem draining the rainwater.
The Commissioner also visited the communal toilets. The villagers also talked about the problems. SDM Sudhir Kumar, Deputy Director Panchayati Raj Dinesh Singh, Deputy Director Information Bhupendra Singh Yadav, Deputy Director Agriculture Ram Kumar Mathur, DPRO Sarvesh Pandey etc. were present.

To tie. Seven thousand new ponds will be dug in the Chitrakoot Dham division this year. In addition to the water supply for the fields, the groundwater level is also improving. Thereby 4480 ponds are dug by Khet Talab Yojana. The government has been asked to further increase the grants available in the ponds.

Division chairman Dinesh Kumar Singh on Friday inspected the ponds dug by Khet Talab Yojana in the village of Khairada, Banda. Ask the affected farmers to collect rainwater in them so that irrigation can take place. The groundwater level will also improve. Motivated to breed fish in ponds and plantations. The commissioner honored the farmers Kuber Singh, Vimal Kumar, Arjun Singh, Keshav Prasad, Rafiq, etc., who dug ponds in their fields by wreaths them.

Said any farmer who wants to have the pond dug should apply online. The commissioner inspected the Secretariat of Gram Panchayat Mataundh Rural. He ordered the names of day officers Beat Sepoys and Panchayat Samitis to be entered here. The commissioner also saw the public service center, head room, auditorium, etc. Ask the secretary to inspect the ponds and see that there is no problem draining the rainwater.

The Commissioner also visited the communal toilets. The villagers also talked about the problems. SDM Sudhir Kumar, Deputy Director Panchayati Raj Dinesh Singh, Deputy Director Information Bhupendra Singh Yadav, Deputy Director Agriculture Ram Kumar Mathur, DPRO Sarvesh Pandey etc. were present.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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