Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao on Tuesday said that the irrigation practices within the State can endure a modification and also the previous system of farmers breaking the bunds to divert water to their fields would finish once the govt. instals sluices at the desired places to boost the distributory system. The sluices will be operated to unleash water for irrigation as associate once needed. The Chief Minister chaired a high-level review on the progress of works of Kaleshwaram project at Pragati Bhavan here.
He referred to as on Irrigation Department engineers of the Kaleshwaram Project to consider the high flood level line of the reservoirs at varied barrages and dams and alternative structures whereas designing construction of auxiliary facilities like residential accommodation for engineers and employees furthermore as construction of watch towers. The HFL that has to be taken under consideration ought to be the one wherever the water is predicted to succeed in the best level when completion of the comes, the Chief Minister same.
Even as Irrigation Department engineers are racing to finish the Kaleshwaram irrigation project, attention should be paid to providing correct residential accommodation facilities for engineers and employees who are going to be denote at the varied project sites, he said.
The Chief Minister additionally enquired concerning the standing of works associated with dig of canals and channels to fill the varied lakes and tanks within the State with water from the project. So far, the officers same that over three,000 channels had been mammary gland and ready for filling minor water bodies across the areas that are to be served by Kaleshwaram project. He additionally same once all the water bodies are stuffed, they might directly contribute to the recharging of aquifers and recharging of the groundwater.
The Chief Minister wished the plans to incorporate construction of 2 helipads at every of the project’s barrages and a police camp to be founded at the Medigadda barrage website.
The meeting was attended by chief secretary SK Joshi, Nizamabad MP K Kavitha, Secretary at the CMO Smitha Sabharwal, consultant to the govt. on irrigation Penta Reddy, OSD Irrigation Sridhar Rao Deshpande, Engineer-in-Chief Hariram et al.