The water reached the tail fields of the Naravan region

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PDDU Nagar. For the first time on Thursday afternoon, abundant water reached through canals in the fields of half a dozen farmers in the Narwan region, which lies at the end of the Narayanpur Pump Canal. With that, the farmers connected to this canal have now started to get water for growing and transplanting rice. It is worth noting that in the July 22nd issue of Amar Ujala, on page 2, a prominently illustrated message was published on the problem of irrigation for farmers. When the news was heard, the irrigation department took action.
The farmers of a dozen villages in Tail attached to the Narayanpur Pump Canal were not given water to transplant. The farmers were upset because the canals were not available. On the problem of farmers, Amar Ujala published a message entitled Canal Bepani, Farmers Have Problems. After that, on Thursday, water entered the canal for the first time this season, which gave farmers from villages such as Kamharia, Kandwa, Kormi, Dhamina, Telhara etc. water to replant rice fields. In the past, the farmers of Tel did not get any water for irrigation, which made them restless. Now the farmers are relieved because the water is reaching the canals. Farmers from the Kormi village of Santosh Rai, Ratnesh Rai, Dabboo, etc. reported that water had always entered the canals.
Kandwa. However, the water still hasn’t reached the villages of Asna, Kanjehra, Pai, Sudhna, Dedhgaon, etc. from Tel, which annoys the farmers. The farmers of Balister Yadav from Kanjehra, Satchidanand Rai from Sudhna, Guddu Singh and Munna Singh from Dedhgaona, etc. said that the transplanting work was hindered due to lack of water. If water had come to fill the fields by running the engine on diesel then the job of transplanting would be done.
With the Narayanpur pumping canal at full capacity, the fields of most farmers in the Narvan region have been supplied with water. No water was reported in some villages. Efforts are being made to provide water to all of Tail’s fields. Sarveshchandra Sinha, Xen, Chandraprabha block.

PDDU Nagar. For the first time on Thursday afternoon, abundant water reached through canals in the fields of half a dozen farmers in the Narwan region, which lies at the end of the Narayanpur Pump Canal. With that, the farmers connected to this canal have now started to get water for growing and transplanting rice. It is worth noting that in the July 22nd issue of Amar Ujala, on page 2, a prominently illustrated message was published on the problem of irrigation for farmers. When the news was heard, the irrigation department took action.

The farmers of a dozen villages in Tail attached to the Narayanpur Pump Canal were not given water to transplant. The farmers were upset because the canals were not available. Regarding the farmers’ problem, Amar Ujala had a message entitled Canal Bepani, Farmers Have Published Trouble. After that, on Thursday, water entered the canal for the first time this season, which gave farmers from villages such as Kamharia, Kandwa, Kormi, Dhamina, Telhara etc. water to replant rice fields. The farmers of Tel used to get no water for irrigation, which they were worried about. Now the farmers are relieved because the water is reaching the canals. Farmers from the Kormi village of Santosh Rai, Ratnesh Rai, Dabboo, etc. reported that water had always entered the canals.

Kandwa. However, the water still hasn’t reached the villages of Asna, Kanjehra, Pai, Sudhna, Dedhgaon, etc. from Tel, which annoys the farmers. The farmers of Balister Yadav from Kanjehra, Satchidanand Rai from Sudhna, Guddu Singh and Munna Singh from Dedhgaona, etc. said that the transplanting work was hindered due to lack of water. If water had come to fill the fields by running the engine on diesel then the job of transplanting would be done.

With the Narayanpur pumping canal at full capacity, the fields of most farmers in the Narvan region have been supplied with water. No water was reported in some villages. Efforts are being made to provide water to all of Tail’s fields. Sarveshchandra Sinha, Xen, Chandraprabha block.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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