The Narayanpur pumping channel will go into operation on June 15, relieving worried farmers

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The Narayanpur pumping channel will go into operation on June 15, relieving worried farmers
Sayedaraja MLA inspected the pump channel, gave instructions to the officers
Samvad news agency
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Chandauli. Sayedaraja MLA Sushil Singh inspected the Narayanpur Pump Canal on Saturday. He also took stock of the substation that supplies the pumping channel with electricity. The officials were instructed to immediately replace the defective equipment and put the pumping channel into operation so that the farmers of Chandauli would not face the problem of irrigation.
More than 2.5 lakh hectares of farmland in the district are irrigated by the Narayanpur Pump Canal. Which was built in 1958. The MLA announced that an amount of Rs 16 crore has been approved by the government to increase the capacity of the said pumping channel from 1440 cusec to 1800. In return, Rs 8 crore was released to the electricity department. While the balance is approved for mechanical and construction works. This project will be completed in a year. Said that they are working on a war basis to fix the bug in the pump channel. On this occasion, Chief Engineer Son Shyam Sundar Gupta, XEN Moosa Khand Manoj Kumar Singh, XEN Electricity Manish Jha, Satyendra Kumar Pandey, Rakesh Srivastava, RK Rai etc. were present.
Commitment…
The district’s canals are dry, the farmers angry
Chandauli. Water is supplied to approximately 85 percent of farms in the district via canals from the Narayanpur Pump Canal. The Ganga Canal, Sakaldiha Rajwaha, Aghar Veer Bahuriya Nala, Raial Tal, Dhina Rajwaha etc. coming from the Narayanpur Pump Canal are irrigated by hundreds of minors. The canals were scheduled to start operating on May 15 last month, but due to the panel MCB burning in Narayanpur, no water has entered the canals even after 25 days. Because of this, farmers are concerned.

The Narayanpur pumping channel will go into operation on June 15, relieving worried farmers

Sayedaraja MLA inspected the pump channel, gave instructions to the officers

Samvad news agency

Illustrated-

Chandauli. Sayedaraja MLA Sushil Singh inspected the Narayanpur Pump Canal on Saturday. He also took stock of the substation that supplies the pumping channel with electricity. The officials were instructed to immediately replace the defective equipment and put the pumping channel into operation so that the farmers of Chandauli would not face the problem of irrigation.

More than 2.5 lakh hectares of farmland in the district are irrigated by the Narayanpur Pump Canal. Which was built in 1958. The MLA announced that an amount of Rs 16 crore has been approved by the government to increase the capacity of the said pumping channel from 1440 cusec to 1800. In return, Rs 8 crore was released to the electricity department. While the balance is approved for mechanical and construction works. This project will be completed in a year. Said that they are working on a war basis to fix the bug in the pump channel. On this occasion, Chief Engineer Son Shyam Sundar Gupta, XEN Moosa Khand Manoj Kumar Singh, XEN Electricity Manish Jha, Satyendra Kumar Pandey, Rakesh Srivastava, RK Rai etc. were present.

Commitment…

The district’s canals are dry, the farmers angry

Chandauli. Water is supplied to approximately 85 percent of farms in the district via canals from the Narayanpur Pump Canal. The Ganga Canal, Sakaldiha Rajwaha, Aghar Veer Bahuriya Nala, Raial Tal, Dhina Rajwaha etc. coming from the Narayanpur Pump Canal are irrigated by hundreds of minors. The canals were scheduled to start operating on May 15 last month, but due to the panel MCB burning in Narayanpur, no water has entered the canals even after 25 days. Because of this, farmers are concerned.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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