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Foundation stone laid for irrigation project in Palamu, Jharkhand

Monday, 12 Feb 2024
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Jharkhand Chief Minister Champai Soren on 10 February, 2024 laid the foundation stone for an irrigation project worth Rs 456.62 crore. The project, which is expected to be completed in two years, will benefit the people of 96 villages in Chainpur, Medininagar, Satbarwa, Vishrampur, Chhatarpur, Hussainabad, Hydernagar, Mohammadganj blocks.

The Palamu Pipeline Irrigation project aims at utilising water from three rivers through underground pipelines to feed various reservoirs. It is said to be a concrete solution for irrigation and drinking water for the people in the area.

The CM infomed that the Palamu region is a rain shadow area, and the project will help meet water demand in the district. Furthermore, he assured that the North-Koel Reservoir project which will provide water for irrigation in 1.11 lakh hectares of land, including 91,000 hectares in Bihar will be completed soon.

Though the project was started in 1972, it was stopped by the forest department of then undivided Bihar in 1993. The Central government had, in August 2017, given the go-ahead to complete the remaining work.

 
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