Water did not come again in ABC, time for sowing mustard has handed
Morena. The farmers belonging to ABC (Ambah Branch Canal) going from Sunahara head of Sabalgarh to Ater in Bhind district might not get water once again. The water within the canals was to be launched from October 20 as per the schedule mounted after the assembly of the water client affiliation presidents. Water got here however has been left in MBC. Officials say that this was determined within the assembly.
On the banks of the ABC, about one lakh hectares of canal water is irrigated and irrigated, however this time no water is obtainable for mustard sowing. The water began in MBC (Morena Branch Canal) from October 20 will run for about 20 days. After this, there may be speak of releasing water in ABCC. The farmers say that on this state of affairs the mustard seed will scale back. More than 1.5 lakh hectares of mustard and 95 thousand hectares of wheat is sown within the district. But this time, the world could also be much less. The sowing of wheat could also be full, however the mustard seed could also be lowered within the absence of pelva. Farmers are unable to afford greater than private sources. Not all farmers additionally activate tubewells. They irrigate via non-public channels after the canal water is closed for the wheat crop.
The farmer stated that he was cheated
Farmer Pradeep Singh Sikarwar says that until now, there was a wait until October 20 that the ABC would additionally get water, however received cheated. Farmer Rajveer Singh Tomar says that two years in the past it was determined that water would first come to ABC, however this time it was cheated again. Now many farmers might be disadvantaged of mustard seed. Wheat should be compelled.
The first canal within the & Canal was set to launch water solely. This could have been determined earlier than at ABC, not this time. The MBC can be being disturbed by a youth drowning within the canal on Sankra. Water ought to be anticipated at ABC by 10 November.
Vinod Kumar Srivastava, Executive Engineer, Water Resources Department