Bihar Election 2020: CM Nitish Kumar’s election stakes, 23 important schemes inaugurated

Inauguration of civil work of Physical Modeling Center Veerpur
Remains and restoration works of Western Kosi Canal Project
Work of Sarovar water supply scheme by pressure pipe from Vaishali branch canal near Vishwa Shanti Stupa in Vaishali district
Construction of 4.6 km length from Parsauni to Mahisha of Sikarhatta-Manjhari low dam located on right bank of Kosi river at Madhubani
Neelkamal / Patna
During this time, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar talked to the people and officials present at various places in the state about various schemes. Apart from this, the Chief Minister also held virtual talks with foreign experts about the Physical Pattern Center to be set up by the Department of Water Resources. Nitish Kumar again said that it is his goal to provide water for irrigation to every field, which he will complete in the next term.

CM also inaugurated the Dhadhar Diversion Scheme
The event was chaired by Bihar Water Resources Minister Sanjay Jha, along with Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi and former Water Resources Minister Vijay Kumar Chaudhary, along with Rajiv Ranjan Singh alias Lalan Singh, were also present. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar also inaugurated the Dhadhar Diversion Scheme under major irrigation projects, under which irrigation facility will be provided in 6931 area in Fatehpur, Wazirganj, Tankuppa and Mohra blocks of Gaya district. Apart from this, Jhanjharpur Main Branch Canal was also inaugurated under Western Kosi Canal Project. This plan was completed before the time set by the department.

Benefits of people of Aurangabad, Arwal and Patna District
It was told that construction of road on the embankment will make flood relief, safety and traffic more accessible. Under this, the work of widening and paving of 122 km path from Baroon to Bhusauli of Patna main canal has been completed. This has also provided a separate road of traffic for small vehicles plying on NH 98 between Patna to Aurangabad. This scheme will benefit the people of Aurangabad, Arwal and Patna districts.

Flood Management Improvement Support Center and Mathematical Modeling Center
The Chief Minister also inaugurated the data center established at Flood Management Improvement Assistant Center, Anisabad, Patna as part of the flood management reform plan. It was reported that despite the water level of many rivers on record this year, the Flood Management Improvement Support Center and Mathematical Model Center (Mathematical Modeling Center) have contributed significantly in handling the flood situation in the state. Several Innovative Experiments of Water Resources Department The Mathematical Modeling Center set up by the Department of Water Resources, this time using model studies and artificial intelligence, issued accurate forecasts for the next 72 hours of rain, in addition to the water level and runoff of all major rivers. Used to be. Due to this, the engineers of the department, disaster management department and local administration officials are receiving timely alerts. This is the reason that it is helping to keep the embankment safe and to get people to safe places on time as needed.

Establishment of Physical Modeling Center
In this episode, a Physical Modeling Center is being set up at Veerpur and Supaul under the Center of Excellence. Whenever there was work on a river-related scheme earlier, the engineer of Water Resources Department had to go to CWPRS Pune. With the establishment of India’s second physical paradigm center in Bihar, the modeling of the irrigation generation project will now be done, along with diagnosing the problem of floods caused by rivers flowing from the Himalayas. This will provide modeling facilities to not only Bihar but also all the states of North India.