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Wednesday, August 11, 2021

CM Rupani's big decision to withdraw rain will benefit Gujarat farmers

CM Rupani's big decision to withdraw rain will benefit Gujarat farmers


Water will be released for irrigation
 An important decision of the Government of Gujarat
 Farmers will benefit
 CM Rupani has decided to release water for irrigation from the reservoirs-dams of the state in view of the availability of water to protect the standing crops of the farmers from damage in the prevailing conditions of rains in the state.









 

Order to release water with immediate effect

 It may be mentioned that Chief Minister Vijaybhai Rupani has directed the Water Resources Department to reserve the amount of drinking water in the reservoirs of the state till September 30 and release the remaining amount with immediate effect for irrigation to save the standing crops of the sons of the earth.



As a result of this farmer friendly approach of CM Rupani, after reserving the quantity of drinking water in the reservoirs of the state till September 30, the farmers will be given water for irrigation and the benefit will be given to five lakh hectares of land area of ​​the state.


All farmers in the state will benefit

 Accordingly, out of 141 dams in Saurashtra area, 60 thousand hectares of land in Saurashtra area will be irrigated from 88 reservoirs and 15 thousand hectares will be irrigated from Dharoi dam in North Gujarat.  Not only that, 6,000 cusecs of water will be provided to Mahi Command for irrigation from Kadana reservoir in Central Gujarat.  Apart from this, water will be provided for irrigation to 2 lakh 10 thousand hectares from 11 reservoirs including Panam.





One more farmer oriented decision of CM Rupani

 It may be mentioned that CM Rupani has earlier taken an important decision in July to provide 10 hours of electricity to farmers instead of 8 hours.  Now, in the prevailing situation of rains, he has decided to reserve the quantity of drinking water in the reservoirs of the state till September 30 and give the remaining amount of water to the farmers for irrigation.







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