Up News: Catch the Rain campaign started in the Rohta block of Meerut, pond renovation started in the village of Rasna

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Updated June 21, 2021 7:26 PM IST

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This is where the Catch the Rain campaign started. Work on the restoration of the pond in the village of Rasna has started.

People cleaning work in Rasna village.
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As part of the “Catch the Rain” campaign in Meerut, work began on restoring the pond in the village of Rasna under the direction of the district’s project manager. On this occasion, the beautification was started by removing the interventions from the pond.On the instructions of the Chief Development Officer Shashank Chaudhary in the village of Rasna, the “Catch the Rain” campaign was launched on Sunday in the Rohta block, which is being carried out by the government to restore ponds in villages and towns. Project manager ML Vyas and block development officer Rajiv Verma made an inventory of the ponds in the village of Rasna. During the inspection, the team found that there were six ponds in the village in the past. But most of them have now been illegally occupied and houses built by the villagers. The team only found two ponds on site. The reason for the lack of cleanliness and drainage was dirt. On site, the team found an approximately one and a half hectare pond in operation. After the survey, the technical assistant Satyendra Singh prepared a cost estimate for the renovation of the pond.

Block development officer Rajiv Verma said rejuvenation of the ponds has started to keep the village water in the village. The renovation and beautification is carried out by removing illegal interference in the ponds and paths.

The team also inspected Censor Pal’s house, which was being built in the village under the Pradhan mantri Awas Yojana, and instructed the team to paint and repaint the house. The village heads Amrish Kumar, Pawan Sharma, Babli Tyagi, Manju, Rajiv Tyagi, Satyendra Tyagi and Shivkumar Tyagi, Gulshan Pradhan etc. were present on this occasion.

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As part of the “Catch the Rain” campaign in Meerut, work began on restoring the pond in the village of Rasna under the direction of the district’s project manager. On this occasion, the beautification was started by removing the interventions from the pond.

On the instructions of the Chief Development Officer Shashank Chaudhary in the village of Rasna, the “Catch the Rain” campaign was launched on Sunday in the Rohta block. Project manager ML Vyas and block development officer Rajiv Verma made an inventory of the ponds in the village of Rasna. Upon inspection, the team found that there were six ponds in the village in the past. But most of them have now been illegally occupied and houses built by the villagers. The team only found two ponds on site. The reason for the lack of cleanliness and drainage was dirt. On site, the team found an approximately one and a half hectare pond in operation. After the survey, the technical assistant Satyendra Singh prepared a cost estimate for the renovation of the pond.

Block development officer Rajiv Verma said rejuvenation of the ponds has started to keep the village water in the village. The renovation and beautification is carried out by removing illegal interference in the ponds and paths.

The team also inspected Censor Pal’s house, which was being built in the village under the Pradhan mantri Awas Yojana, and instructed the team to paint and repaint the house. The village heads Amrish Kumar, Pawan Sharma, Babli Tyagi, Manju, Rajiv Tyagi, Satyendra Tyagi and Shivkumar Tyagi, Gulshan Pradhan etc. were present on this occasion.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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