KTLIS readied to water over 4,235 acres
Wanaparthy: The Karne Thanda Lift Irrigation system (KTLIS) which is arranged to be released by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on March 8 in Wanaparthy area is prepared to water greater than 4,235 acres of uplands covering throughout 6 gram panchayats and also 16 tribal communities in the area.
In truth, the Telangana State government had actually launched GO MS No 32, via the Irrigation and also CAD (Project -11) division back on August 11, 2021. And for this job the government had actually also provided management permission ofRs 76.19 crores and also also launchedRs 60 crores for using up the jobs of the recommended job.
According to watering authorities, the KLIS job will certainly begin with the Ghanapur Branch Canal, where in the designers will certainly build a technique canal at 7.8 kilometers on Ghanapur Branch Canal to fill up theMaisamma Lake From the Maisamma Lake one more method canal will certainly be built approximately Karnathanda and also a Pump home will certainly be built atKarne Thanda From this pump home 2 1000 HP pump electric motors will certainly raise the water approximately 65 meters high and also take the water via pipes approximately 2.5 kilometers at Sistern which lies in the direction of the greater component ofKarne Thanda From there onwards 3 significant canals will certainly be built whereby the water will certainly be handed down to distributaries watering the farming land via gravity networks.
The 3 canals which will certainly be dug consist of Shapur Canal, Mamidimada Canal and also Jangaiah Pally canal which will certainly water 1465, 1665 and also 1105 acres of farming lands under the corresponding canals.
Under Shapur canal, the towns which will certainly obtain irrigation water consist of Shapur, Rukkanpally and also different test communities under Mamidimada grama panchayaties. This canal will certainly additionally fill up the Ganganamoni Lake and alsoDontikunta Thanda Lake Under these lakes the tribal thandas consisting of Karne Thanda, Amudam Bandal and also Kotula Kunta Thandas will certainly obtain irrigation waters.
Under Mamidimada canal, the farming lands under the Mamidamada and also Lattupally grampanchayats will certainly cover the tribal communities consisting of Phulsingh Thanda, Yerragattu Thanda, Hanmya Thanda, Chinnapeer Thanda, Meetya Thanda, Dhaaku Thanda and also Bhimuni Thanda will certainly obtain irrigated covering over 1665 acres.
Under the Jangamaiah canal, it will certainly water lands under Jangamaiahpally, Balijapally and also Pamireddypally Thanda and also later on it will certainly additionally fill up the BCReddy Lake
While clarifying on just how the earlier leaders had actually overlooked the farming industry and also had actually done insufficient creating of irrigation tasks disregarding the country components of Palamuru area, Agriculture Minister Singireddy Niranjan Reddy stated that in erstwhile Andhra Pradesh when the Kalwakurthy Lift Irrigation job was created the after that leaders had actually done fifty percent hearted jobs and also assigned simply 25 TMC of water to cover 25,000 acres of land.
However, after development of Telangana State, Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao had actually researched thoroughly on all the irrigation tasks and also launched upgrading to ensure that every single acre of farming land in every single constituency obtains irrigation water. As component of this, the government had actually provided GO MS No 141 on September 28, 2015 designating 40 TMC of irreversible water for KLIS and also enhancing the ayacut from simple 25,000 acres to 3.50 lakh acres as versus a complete offered ayacut of over 5 lakh acres.
“The Telangana government is committed to provide irrigation water to each and every acre in the State. Accordingly the government had allocated 40 TMC of permanent water to KLIS and based on this we have taken up Ghanapur Branch Canal, Pedda Mandadi Branch Canal and Buddaram Branch canal from KLIS D-8 main canal and constructed MJ-3, MJ 3A, MJ-4, MJ-6 canals and through this we are aiming provide irrigation water to each and every acre in Wanaparthy district,” educated the Agriculture minister.