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200 Crore Fund for Dhapewada Lift Irrigation Scheme

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Rs. 200 crores fund for Dhapewada Lift irrigation scheme will be made available immediately. 100 crores of rupees will be made available immediately and the remaining Rs 100 crores will be made available before the expenditure.

Gondia Today News Network

Tiroda: Rs 200 crores funding for Dhapewada Taking irrigation scheme will be made available quickly. 100 crores of rupees will be made available immediately and the remaining Rs 100 crores will be made available before the expenditure. So this plan will be completed in a short time. This is the second phase of this scheme, which will result in the cultivation of 91,000 hectares of land. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said that farmers of this area will be happy and prosperous.

The Bhumi Pujan program of various irrigation projects in Tiroda area was organized on Saturday (23rd) at the Zilla Parishad Kanya Vidyalaya. This time he was speaking. The Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari was presided over by the program. Guardian Minister Rajkumar Badole, BJP District President Hemant Patle, Tiroda Municipal Council, Sonali Deshpande, Goregaon municipal president Ashish Kalwar, collector Kadambari Balkavade, NP Vice President Sunil Palandurkar, NP Office Chief Vijay Deshmukh, Chief Executive Officer Raja Dayanidhi, Gondia City President Ashok Ingale, Senior BJP activist Balulhau Malighat was in the presence of the party.

Devendra Fadnavis said, in the last fourteenth year, the government has provided Rs 50,000 crore for the farmers. This year, Rs. 7 thousand crore rupees have been given to the farmers for help. The government has purchased the farming material by guarantee. There is no reason to worry if some farmers of the Tiroda taluka have not been able to get the money in the account. He assured that the scheme will not be closed without the payment of money to the last farmer’s account. This government is a government of the poor. In the last 65 years, 5000 kilometers of roads were completed, and in the last four years, 20,000 km of national roads, PWD highways, 10,000 km and village roads 20000 km have been completed and connected to village-city and country. You must thank Gadkari Saheb for this. I was shouting for the development of Vidarbha while the opposition was in the back. But the fund did not get it. Vidarbha could never get the understanding of Vidarbha. They brought us back. In the last 50 years, the amount of funds that Vidarbha did not get, has received more funds for Vidarbha. Completing the work of Dhapewada irrigation project in Tiroda taluka will be done quickly and the problem of irrigation of farmers in this area will be addressed. Make sure you care about the shortage of funds for the project. Devdar Fadnavis said that similar irrigation projects will be set up in the same manner as Dhapewada.

Nitin Gadkari said that the Ganges water will be completely cleaned up till March this year. 26 thousand crores of rupees are spent for this. If the soil required for the construction of roads, Murum from Mama Lake, Plantation, Nallah, River deepening and widening will increase the water storage. Water is not wasted due to the pipeline rather than the panel. If the issue of irrigation in Maharashtra is resolved then 75 percent of the questions will be solved. With the approval of the Prime Minister’s Irrigation Project 26, 25 per cent of the Government of India and 75 per cent NABARD loans will be financed. Farmers will not have to face drought situation if irrigation projects are done in the area. The work said that the work is going on. He said that roads, irrigation are given the importance. MLA Vijay Rahangdale thanked the Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Union Minister Nitin Gadkari for making funds and works for roads and irrigation through his introduction. The program was run by former Vice-Chairman of the Zilla Parishad Madan Patle.

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