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CM Chouhan performs bhoomi poojan of Irrigation Scheme costing Rs. 282.95 crore

Friday - September 7, 2018 1:14 am , Category : MADHYA PRADESH

Dedicates Punasa- Kannod road worth Rs. 170 crore 

Bhopal: The Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan performed bhoomi poojan of 5 Micro Lift Irrigation projects costing Rs. 283 crore at Stadium Ground of Punasa- Khandwa. Along with this, he also dedicated 80 k.m. long Punasa-Kannod road worth Rs. 170 crore. Moreover, Chouhan also performed bhoomi poojan of Higher Secondary School of Bangarda and Punasa.

It is to highlighted that 7195 hectare land of Punasa tahsil of Khandwa district will get benefit of micro irrigation through this innovative project by supplying Narmada water to this irrigation deprived area from the canals of Narmada valley. The Chief Minister Chouhan performed bhoomi poojan of Killod, Bhurlay, Pamakhedi, Kodwar and Punasa extension Micro Lift Irrigation Group scheme at Punasa. Under this combined schemes water will be lifted up to 45 meter height at 3.56 cubic meter per second capacity from the Indira Sagar Reservoir near Ambakhal village for Kilod scheme.
Similarly, under the Bhurlay scheme, water will be lifted up to 42 meter height at 0.53 cubic meter per second capacity from the Indira Sagar Reservoir near Hanuvantiya village. In the same manner, under the Pamakhedi scheme, water will be lifted up to 34 meter height at 0.38 cubic meter per second capacity from the Indira Sagar Reservoir near Daang village. Under the Kodwar scheme, water will be lifted up to 73 meter height at 1.30 cubic meter per second capacity under 2 stage from the main canal RD 13 k.m. of Indira Sagar Project.

The Members of Parliament Nand Kumar Singh Chouhan and Subhash Patel along with MLA Lokendra Singh Tomar were present in the programme.

Micro Irrigation Scheme to be based completely on pipeline

Under the Punasa extension scheme, water will be lifted up to 26 meter height at 0.35 cubic meter per second capacity from the Punasa lift irrigation scheme reservoir no. 1 near Chandel village. The water distribution system under these schemes will be totally based on pipelines. The special feature of the scheme is that farmers will get 20 meter pressurized water at each 2.50 acre area through underground pipeline. Farmers could take benefit of sprinkler or drip irrigation system by this scheme. Under this group scheme, 7 thousand 195 hectare area of 32 villages of Punasa tahsil will get benefit of irrigation.-Window To News
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