PATNA : If given a chance, small rivers of the state will also be connected. This is necessary to deliver water to every field. Work is currently underway on seven river connectivity schemes. CM Nitish Kumar said these things. He was speaking on Wednesday on the occasion of the inauguration, inauguration and foundation of seven schemes of 1470 crores of water resources department through video conferencing.
These include several ambitious schemes for irrigation and floodplain sector. The CM said that the historic land Gaya and the water crisis in Bodh Gaya is unfortunate. There is also a shortage of water in Rajgir. Our effort is to take the Ganges water to Gaya, so that it can get rid of the water crisis. Later, Rajgir and Nawada were also added under it. August 29 will see work progress on the spot.
Water will go in the rain
CM said that Ganga water emergence plan has been made under the water-life-greenery campaign. Work has also started on this. CM said that the engineers of the Water Resources Department had no idea of which route to plan for carrying water. When I conducted an aerial survey of the area with the Chief Secretary and the officials of the Department of Water Resources, it was found that the route is wrong.