Two Kolhapuri bunds were constructed in the past two years at the Kalinga 1 and the Black Group 2 near village Keslalwada in Taluka. In the year when the bund was built, the crack of the flood was done on both sides of the bund. Therefore, instead of stagnant water in the bond, they are being carried away.
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Sadak-Arjuni: Two Kolhpuri bunds were constructed in the past two years in the Kalinga, 1 and Black Gota 2 near village Keslalwada in Taluk. In the year when the bund was built, the crack of the flood was done on both sides of the bund. Therefore, instead of stagnant water in the bond, they are being carried away.
As a result, farmers are not utilized for these bunds. The bunds built at the cost of millions of rupees are only due to irrigation department’s neglected policy. Kolhapuri bunds have been constructed at Kalika 2 and Kala Gota 2 by spending lakhs of Rupees on the Umerjari Nawar near the road and Arjuni.
These bonds were used to irrigate the villages of Kesalwada, Vadegaon-Sadak, Parsodi, Rhenepar, Doyetola, Navatola, Pahalwarni, Road-Arjuni in the area.
However, the construction of this dam was completed in the same year. However, the concerned department did not repair bunds.
The farmers are not benefited, hence the water supply is being carried out. Previously the farmer was engaged in rabbi season with the help of the threshold. Also, due to the incessant rains of rains, the farmers were helped by the help of bonds. However, due to ignorance by the ZP Lalghu Irrigation Department, there is no picture of the use of these bonds.
These dams can keep up to 15 feet of water from Dagaduji. Therefore, drinking water and wild animals can be helped and farmers can get irrigation help. Navegaon-Nagzira Tiger Reserve is situated near Taluka. Wildlife in wildlife can get drinking water facilities.
The administration has neglected the maintenance of the bunds set up in Khadki-Bamani, Dongargaon, Shenda, Jambali, White, Saundh, Konkan Jamidari, Dugippar, Sindipar, Kosamondi, Dwwa, Kodamadi, Maneri, Ghoti, Malijunga, Murpar, Palasgaon etc. in Taluka. Therefore, there is a picture that farmers of these bonds are not being used.