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To tie. The monsoons are an opportunity for Bundelkhand farmers. Stop the water in the field by completing a mission. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech on Sunday’s Mann ki Baat will be made out of it. Following the example of the village of Adhan, the campaign should be carried out in every village in the field of agricultural water. The average monsoon precipitation in Bundelkhand is 800 to 900 mm. If this water is saved, the farmers can have good days.
On Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi commended the mission to stop water by bundling up in the running fields in Adhan village, Banda district. This consolidation mission in this village began three years ago. Some farmers made bunds with their own capital and others made Gram Panchayat funds. To date, more than 300 Bighas farms have been built in the village. The farmers of the village build dams in every field to prevent the rainwater from being wasted. Its purpose is to keep the rainwater on the field itself and not to be wasted by flowing. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called this farmer’s commitment a campaign. The village of Adhan on the border of the Fatehpur district is in the Baberu constituency, about 60 km from the district headquarters.
The agricultural area in this village, with a population of about three thousand, is about 3500 bighas. There is a canal in the village, but it is not enough to supply water to all of the village’s farms. Most farmers are dependent on rainwater management. He can hardly achieve a harvest a year. There is a change in the results of the thinking of some of the village peasants. The farmers here have started to group themselves in the fields by using the slogan “Ket ka pani khet mein, gaon ka pani village mein”. More than fifty farmers have built dams in the fields, which means that the rainwater does not flow into the rivers in about three months and remains in the fields. Even after the monsoon season, this water keeps the farmers moist in the fields for a long time. Now the process of two harvests in the combed fields has begun.
Water conservation mission in Adhan village continues
In the village of Adhan, the scent to save water had already started in 2014. Rambabu Tiwari, a resident and research student of this village, says it started with the Chaupals. In the Bajrangi Ashram Prakriti Ashram there is a water fair every month. The pond festival is celebrated every year on the banks of the Dev Sagar pond on Kartik Purnima. The help of wall painting, social media etc. is also used. Those who work in the water and environmental sectors are honored.
900 mm of rain, production increased by 30 percent
To tie. Bundelkhand receives an average rainfall of 800 to 900 mm each year. That’s enough. If this water is stopped by making dams and ponds in the field, production will have increased by 30 percent. Prem Singh, a progressive farmer from Bundelkhand and a member of the state’s Farmer’s Prosperity Commission, says trees should also be planted in the edge of the field. Another advantage is that the fertile soil is not washed away by rainwater. The groundwater level will also rise. Brijpal Singh, for example, a farmer from the village of Barbai, is the tenant of 60 bighas. He sowed 30 bighas of wheat in the bundling area. The pond on this farm had to be watered three times, while the remaining 30 Bighas had to be watered five times using a hose well. Production in the pond area increased by 30 percent. (Conversation)
Inset — Have the team examine the ancient ponds
To tie. The fingers are also being lifted in the ongoing Khet Talab program in Bundelkhand. There are also commission allegations against the executing organization. Social worker and RTI activist Ashish Sagar Dixit says 1,500 farm ponds were dug in Banda in 2020-21. This year the Chitrakootdham Division has a target of seven thousand farm ponds. Said that he has the recording of the conversation with the contractor in which the contractor said to pay a commission of 5 to 10 thousand rupees per pond. According to the JE report, the state office has the building contractor dig the pond. Ashish said that Divisional Commissioner Dinesh Kumar Singh is putting a lot of emphasis on the Khet Talab Yojana, but he should have the ponds dug in the past formed and examined. Otherwise, the money from this system will also flow into the water in the name of the water. (Conversation)
The retention of rainwater also increased moisture in the depths
To tie. The stagnant water in the fields in the village of Adhan also increases the moisture in the depths and the farmers also benefit from this in the form of an increase in crop production. Normally farmers could only grow one crop here, but since farmers have started to stop rainwater by bridging the fields, two crops are now also grown there. The main crop is wheat. The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MNREGA) also includes a provision for fencing off fields. The Land Conservation Department and Gram Panchayats have the Bunds handled by MNREGA. The government provides a budget for this every year. (Conversation)

To tie. The monsoons are an opportunity for Bundelkhand farmers. Stop the water in the field by completing a mission. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech on Sunday’s Mann ki Baat will be made out of it. Following the example of the village of Adhan, the campaign should be carried out in every village in the field of agricultural water. The average monsoon precipitation in Bundelkhand is 800 to 900 mm. If this water is saved, the farmers can have good days.

On Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi commended the mission to stop water by bundling up in the running fields in Adhan village, Banda district. This consolidation mission in this village began three years ago. Some farmers made bunds with their own capital and others made Gram Panchayat funds. To date, more than 300 Bighas farms have been built in the village. The farmers of the village build dams in every field to prevent the rainwater from being wasted. Its purpose is to keep the rainwater on the field itself and not to be wasted by flowing. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called this farmer’s commitment a campaign. The village of Adhan on the border of the Fatehpur district is in the Baberu constituency, about 60 km from the district headquarters.

The agricultural area in this village, with a population of about three thousand, is about 3500 bighas. There is a canal in the village, but it is not enough to supply water to all of the village’s farms. Most farmers are dependent on rainwater management. He can hardly achieve a harvest a year. There is a change in the results of the thinking of some of the village peasants. The farmers here have started to group themselves in the fields by using the slogan “Ket ka pani khet mein, gaon ka pani village mein”. More than fifty farmers have built dams in the fields, which means that the rainwater does not flow into the rivers in about three months and remains in the fields. Even after the monsoon season, this water keeps the farmers moist in the fields for a long time. Now the process of two harvests in the combed fields has begun.

Water conservation mission in Adhan village continues

In the village of Adhan, the scent to save water had already started in 2014. Rambabu Tiwari, a resident and research student of this village, says it started with the Chaupals. In the Bajrangi Ashram Prakriti Ashram there is a water fair every month. The pond festival is celebrated every year on the banks of the Dev Sagar pond on Kartik Purnima. The help of wall painting, social media etc. is also used. Those who work in the water and environmental sectors are honored.

900 mm of rain, production increased by 30 percent

To tie. Bundelkhand receives an average rainfall of 800 to 900 mm each year. That’s enough. When this water is stopped by the creation of dams and ponds in the field, production has increased by 30 percent. Prem Singh, a progressive farmer from Bundelkhand and a member of the state’s Farmer’s Prosperity Commission, says trees should also be planted in the edge of the field. Another advantage is that the fertile soil is not washed away by rainwater. The groundwater level will also rise. Brijpal Singh, for example, a farmer from the village of Barbai, is the tenant of 60 bighas. He sowed 30 bighas of wheat in the bundling area. The pond on this farm had to be watered three times, while the remaining 30 bighas had to be watered five times through a tube well. Production in the pond area increased by 30 percent. (Conversation)

Inset — Have the team examine the ancient ponds

To tie. The fingers are also being lifted in the ongoing Khet Talab program in Bundelkhand. There are also commission allegations against the executing organization. Social worker and RTI activist Ashish Sagar Dixit says 1,500 farm ponds were dug in Banda in 2020-21. This year the Chitrakootdham Division has a target of seven thousand farm ponds. Said that he has the recording of the conversation with the contractor in which the contractor said to pay a commission of 5 to 10 thousand rupees per pond. According to the JE report, the state office has the building contractor dig the pond. Ashish said that Divisional Commissioner Dinesh Kumar Singh is putting a lot of emphasis on the Khet Talab Yojana, but he should have the ponds dug in the past formed and examined. Otherwise, the money from this program will also go into the water in the name of the water. (Conversation)

The retention of rainwater also increased moisture in the depths

To tie. The stagnant water in the fields in the village of Adhan also increases the moisture in the depths and the farmers also benefit from this in the form of an increase in crop production. Normally farmers could only grow one crop here, but since farmers have started to stop rainwater by bridging the fields, two crops are now also grown there. The main crop is wheat. The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MNREGA) also includes a provision for fencing off fields. The Land Conservation Department and Gram Panchayats have the Bunds handled by MNREGA. The government provides a budget for this every year. (Conversation)

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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