The CM further reiterated he would supply irrigation water to farm property throughout the country, if folks…Read
PATNA: Bihar CM Nitish Kumar on Wednesday launched altogether 30 jobs of water resources division (WRD), value Rs 1,469. 73 crore, through video conferencing in the’Nek Samvad’ hallway of the CM’s official residence at 1, Anney Marg, here.
The jobs are associated with strengthening of canals as well as the service roads constructed on the bank of canals and renovation of various irrigation projects.
One of the significant jobs that was inaugurated today, was that the strengthening and widening of this 122 km long service road to the bank of Patna primary tumor from Barun (in Aurangabad) into Bhusaula bridge close Phulwari Sharif. A whole amount of RS 366. 66 crore has been spent metalling and extending of the service street.
CM also laid symbolic foundation stones, through video-conferencing, such as the civil functions of a Physical Modeling Centre, to be created in Birpur at Supaul district. The civil function of this centre would be finished in the price of Rs 94 crore. “Once done, the proposed Centre would prove quite helpful to get Bihar,” Nitish said while talking on the event.
The CM further reiterated he would supply irrigation water to farm property throughout the country, if folks give him one more opportunity to serve the nation following the coming assembly election. He explained, the WRD must play an extremely significant function in supplying irrigation water to each of farm property.
While recounting the actions taken by the state authorities for welfare of flood affected individuals, Nitish said his administration was paying moot relief (GR) to all flood-affected families because 2007. “This year also, a whole amount of RS 629 crore has been distributed among 10. 48 lakh flood-affected households,” Nitish added and said, he’s requested the disaster control department to guarantee prompt payment of Rs 6,000 per household as moot relief, to most staying flood-affected families.
Talking on the occasion, Deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi said just Rs ,415 crore were spent on various irrigation projects throughout the 15 years rule of Lalu-Rabri from 1990 into 2005. To the contrary, a sum of Rs 22,000 crore has been spent on irrigation projects throughout the 15 year rule of Nitish Kumar between 2005 to 2020.
While lauding the CM for performing outstanding service to individuals, Sushil Modi stated, Nitish Kumar by increasing the individuals’ problems like silt removal in the mattress of Ganga river and launching of Farakka dam gate, has assured that the people of Bihar would give him a second opportunity to serve the nation.
Bihar Vidhan Sabha speaker Vijay Kumar Choudhary, energy ministry Bijendra Prasad Yadav along with the WRD Union Sanjay Kumar Jha also dealt with the occasion through video-conferencing.