Water scarcity in the district is becoming more and more stressful due to the dry summer. Presently, 23 out of 38 male trawlers have reached the bottom of the district. The rest of the lake also has very little water. The resulting water scarcity crisis is more likely to occur.
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Deori: The water scarcity in the district is becoming more and more stressful due to the dry summer. Presently, 23 out of 38 male trawlers have reached the bottom of the district. The rest of the lake also has very little water. The resulting water scarcity crisis is more likely to occur.
The Old Malagariar pond was constructed to provide the administration of Baramahi water in the district. Thirst of farming, humans and animals were once fed on the basis of the dependence of old collector ponds. After this the lake remained water free. The water management at that time is still burning water to the generation. However, it seems that today’s generation has not done anything for the next generation. 38 Malgujari ponds in the district are in critical condition. Due to lack of proper management of water, 23 out of 38 ponds have come out in the district today. In particular, the condition of the remaining ponds is not very good. The reason is that there is a nominal water stock in the remaining ponds. There is no doubt that these lakes will survive unless there is strong rain. There are problems in drinking water of humans and animals in the village related to the salvage of tuna. In addition, many of the villages also have flora on the basis of these ponds. Since these lakes have reached the bottom now, the problem of water scarcity problem in rural areas can be understood.
The need to give life to ponds
If there is a situation in the garbage lanes, then imagine how difficult it will be for the district people to see today’s picture. It is necessary to increase the capacity of cleaning the salvage ponds and removing their capacity. It will be possible to overcome a lot of water on the scarcity.
This lake becomes dry
According to information provided by the Irrigation department, there are 38 old Malgujari lakes in the district. Bhanpur, Bopabodi, Bhivkhadi, Channa-Bakti, Chirchalband, Charchadi, Fulchur, Gothgangaon, Girola, Gangesari, Kohlgaon, Kosabibi, Kodi, Khamari, Kosamondi, Konkan, Khodhivani, Khadipar, Malijunga, Nandalpar, Palasgaon-Dva, Tadha and Tadgaon. There is a halt of water in Malguzari lake. In addition to these days, the possibility of adding more ponds to this may not be ruled out.
Only 20% of water stock in three ponds
There is water stock at 20% today in the three ponds of Dhabatekadi, Mahurkunda and Saundh. There is water level of 15% in the two ponds of Kawtha and Mahuli. After that, Mundeepar (14.68 percent) has left the pond and the remaining ponds only have water stock within 10 percent.