An action plan will be made to fulfill the dream of Sri Sri Thakur Anukulchandra to bring Ganga water to Deoghar. A study will be done on connecting river Ganga with river Chandan and river Dadhwa. Union Minister of State for Jal Shakti and Tribal Affairs on Saturday Vishweshwar Tudu Inspected Chandan river near Pandeydih in Bihar and Dadhwa river in Deoghar to connect it with river Ganga.
Central Water Commission (CWC), Central Ground Water Board along with the Union Minister Department of Water Resources He was also an officer of central minister Ganges Be aware of the location of the rivers along with the map of Chandan and Dadhwa river along with the river. During inspection, Chandan and Dadhwa rivers were found dry.
The Union Minister said that Deoghar is a religious place. Here devotees come to Baba Baidyanath Temple and Satsang Ashram throughout the years. To overcome the drinking water crisis in Deoghar as well as to save the existence of both the rivers, the central government will not reduce funds in connecting the two rivers with the Ganges. To overcome the water crisis in Deoghar, Sri Sri Thakur Anukulchandra had also imagined to bring Ganga to Deoghar.
Plan will be made to bring Ganga water to rivers through canal or pipe
The Union Minister held a meeting with officials of the Ministry of Jal Shakti and CWC including the District Administration, Water Resources Department at the Circuit House. The Union Minister said that the officials of the Ministry of Jal Shakti should form a team in co-ordination with the Deoghar district administration. The team, along with the water resources department of both the states, should prepare a report after studying the Ganga river, Chandan river and Dadhwa river. Will hand over the report directly to the Government of India.
The water of Ganga will be brought to Chandan river and Dadhwa river through canal or pipe and through which route it will be convenient to bring water to both the rivers, Ministry of Jal Shakti will prepare a technical report through experts. After this, the Government of India will instruct the Government of Bihar and Jharkhand to connect the Chandan and Dadhwa rivers with the Ganges. The Union Minister said that if the governments of both the states take interest, then definitely the water crisis in Deoghar will be resolved.
If water comes in Dadhwa, then river front will also be built
The Union Minister said that it has been told about the Dadhwa river that once the thirst of Deoghar city was quenched through this river. If the river Dadhwa is connected to the river Ganga, then this river will become alive again. Along with this, water will be recharged in Deoghar due to regular water in the Dadhwa river. Deoghar airport and AIIMS will also get water.
There will be no shortage of water in Deoghar when water comes from the Ganges. He said that due to the arrival of Ganga water, the work of Godda MP Dr. Nishikant Dubey’s proposed plan of Dadhwa River Front will also move forward. The team has been asked to study for the river front. With the removal of water crisis, the river Dadhwa will also become a center of tourism.
Dissatisfied with the progress report of Jal Jeevan Mission
The Union Minister reviewed the Jal Jeevan Mission. In the review, the work of Jal Jeevan Mission was found to be only 36 percent. Expressing dissatisfaction on this, the Union Minister directed to do 80 percent work by December. Along with this, instructions were given to the officers of PHED to take action against the contractor who was late in the work. He talked about completing the work of Deoghar water supply scheme running from Punasi Dam on time.
The Union Minister asked the Welfare Department to speed up the schemes related to employment while reviewing the schemes run for the tribals. In the meeting, DDC Dr. Tarachand, Director of Deoghar AIIMS Dr. Saurabh Varshney, Director of Deoghar Airport Sandeep Dhingra and engineers of Water Resources Department were present.
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