The Gujarat authorities has determined to allot Rs 317 crore to put a 118.14-km pipeline to take water from the Dharoi dam to recharge 74 ponds and examine dams within the Satlasana and Kheralu talukas of Mehsana district. The two talukas that aren’t lined by the dam have been dealing with points in irrigating farmlands because of the dip within the water desk, a press release mentioned Sunday. “The irregular rainfall in the region has led the water table to go down in this area, which is why the farmers did not get enough water for farming”, it mentioned. The farmers on this area earn a residing by animal husbandry and farming.
The command space of the Dharoi dam on the Sabarmati River has not been in a position to cowl 37 villages “because of the geographical conditions”, the discharge mentioned.
The new pipeline will immediately join 53 ponds and eight examine dams and eight ponds and 5 examine dams not directly within the two talukas.
Thus 74 ponds and examine dams would get water and assist irrigate practically 5,808 hectares of land. The determination taken by Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel will assist greater than 2,700 farmers, the discharge mentioned.