Big Agreement Signed Between CM of Rajasthan and Haryana

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Big Agreement Signed Between CM of Rajasthan and Haryana

Haryana News: As you know. That a big agreement has been signed between Haryana and Rajasthan regarding the proper utilization of rain water. This agreement was signed between the two states under the chairmanship of Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar and Rajasthan Chief Minister in the presence of Union Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat. The capacity of the Western Yamuna Canal in Haryana state has been increased by the government from 18000 to 24000 cusecs. Now Haryana is going to get water according to this capacity.

Big agreement signed between CM of Rajasthan and Haryana

During the rainy season, rain water will be prevented from flowing wastefully into the sea and will now be put to good use. This water will be used in drought-hit districts like Bhiwani, Dadri and Hisar by laying pipelines in the border area. This decision will not only benefit the state but will also provide water to Rajasthan. There has also been an agreement between Rajasthan and Haryana regarding preparation of DPR i.e. Detailed Project Report regarding proper utilization of rain water and flood protection.

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Water Minister informed the media about the agreement

After the agreement, while giving information to the media on behalf of Union Water Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, it was said that an agreement has been reached between Rajasthan and Haryana regarding the proper utilization of Sir Plus rain water. Haryana's WJC has increased capacity at Hathini Kund Barrage during rainy season. It will be completed which will benefit the entire state and at the same time water will be supplied to Rajasthan through underground pipeline, a detailed report on this will be prepared in the coming time.

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Publish Date: February 21, 2024

Posted By Sunil

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