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    Hyderabad: In order to effectively combat the current situation of heavy rainfall, Minister Prashanth Reddy of the Roads and Buildings Department has instructed officials to prepare a plan. After reviewing the situation on Sunday, Chief Minister KCR held a meeting at the Secretariat in Hyderabad with officials from Nizamabad and Kamareddy Irrigation Departments. Minister Prashanth Reddy provided several suggestions during the review.

    It was reported that there is a need for 50 TMC (Thousand Million Cubic Feet) of water for the Lower Manair Dam (LMD) project. Currently, 20 TMC of water is available in the Sri Ram Sagar Project (SRSP). The Chief Minister has decided to lift an additional 30 TMC of water from Kaleshwaram daily, which will be supplied to the LMD project within 60 days. To facilitate the lifting of water, three pump houses will be constructed, as per the orders of Minister Sudhakar Reddy.

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    In Nizamabad district, arrangements are being made to provide irrigation water to farmers in Guthpa, Alisagar, Lakshmi Canal, and Choutpalli Hanmant Reddy Lifts, as well as Kakatiya Canal Lift. Additionally, in Nizamsagar, the Chief Engineer, Srinivas Reddy, has been instructed to make preparations for releasing 5 TMC of water for the cultivation in Vana Kalam.

    The efforts and decisions taken by the Chief Minister and his team are expected to address the challenges posed by heavy rainfall and ensure adequate water supply for irrigation purposes. The government’s focus on irrigation infrastructure and effective water management is commendable as it will benefit farmers and contribute to the overall development of Telangana.

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