Farmers Visit Mupkala Pump House and Praise the Project
Kammapalli, July 11: As part of the revitalization program to support farmers during difficult times, the Kaleshwaram Lift Irrigation Scheme in the Srisailam reservoir has garnered praise. On Tuesday, farmers from Hasakothur and Kammampalli villages in Kammapalli Mandal of Nizamabad district visited the Mupkala pump house, which is a part of the revitalization program. They were amazed by the sight of the massive flow of water through four pumps and were in awe of the approach canal. They were thrilled to witness the water gushing into the reservoir through the approach canal. Chief Minister KCR, Minister Vemula Prashanth Reddy, and other officials accompanied them.
The farmers were served meals with personal expenses by Minister Vemula Prashanth Reddy during their visit. They expressed their gratitude towards the Chief Minister and Minister Vemula Prashanth Reddy for taking the initiative and supporting them during these challenging times. The farmers were overwhelmed by the sight of the massive pumps and the constant flow of water, which will benefit them in their agricultural activities. They appreciated the government’s efforts in implementing such a project that will provide much-needed irrigation water to their fields.
The Kaleshwaram Lift Irrigation Scheme is a flagship project of the Telangana government aimed at reviving and rejuvenating agriculture in the state. The project involves lifting water from the Godavari River to supply it to various reservoirs and canals, ensuring uninterrupted irrigation for farmers. The Mupkala pump house is one of the key components of this project, responsible for pumping water into the reservoir. The farmers’ visit to the pump house allowed them to witness firsthand the scale and efficiency of this ambitious project.
Chief Minister KCR has been proactive in addressing the concerns of farmers and providing them with necessary support. Through the revitalization program, the government aims to mitigate the impact of drought and other challenges faced by farmers. The visit to the Mupkala pump house gave the farmers a sense of assurance and hope for a better future. They expressed their gratitude towards the government and its efforts in transforming the agricultural landscape of Telangana.
The farmers’ visit to the Mupkala pump house serves as a testament to the success and impact of the Kaleshwaram Lift Irrigation Scheme. The project has not only provided irrigation water but has also instilled confidence and optimism among farmers. With the continuous efforts of the government, farmers can look forward to a brighter and more prosperous future for agriculture in Telangana.