Two minors to supply water to tail-end areas of Uchana

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Chandigarh, Nov 13 (UNI) The Haryana Government has constructed two minors namely Dharamgarh and Gaushala minor at a cost of Rs 6.24 crore and with the completion of these two minors ten villages of Uchana constitutency would get benefit and the water could reach to the tail end.

While stating this here today, Irrigation Minister, Capt Ajay Singh Yadav said Dharamgarh minor had been constructed at a cost of Rs 4.53 crore and 2,316 acres of land of five villages namely Badanpur, Sundarpura, Narwana, Dharamgarh and Dablain would get the benefit of the scheme.

He said similarly, Gaushala minor had been constructed at a cost of Rs 1.71 crore and 1001 acres of land of five villages namely Uchana Khurd, Daroli Khera and Seda Majra would get the benefit of the scheme.

Capt Yadav said special thrust was being given to promote the infrastructure in the state. He said a sum of Rs 650 crore had been earmarked during the current financial year for providing better irrigation facilities to the people of the state.

In view for equal distribution of water, BML Hansi Butana Multi Purpose Link canal almost has been completed at a cost of Rs 354 crore. Similarly, Dadupur-Nalvi Canal was also being constructed at a cost of Rs 267 crore.

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