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BJP MLA Became Bhaghirath For Piliya River – Jaundice of Bhagirath MLA will be removed now

He says that he had resolved to revive the extinct rivers in the state, which was started 2 years ago from Pilibhit, the origin of Gomti river.

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Bareilly. Former Irrigation Minister and MLA from Amla, Dharampal Singh has started to revive the historical Jallia River in Mahabharata in Amla. In order to revive the river, Dharmapala, the digger himself, has dug himself and during the excavation of the river he has decided to stay in the village itself and together with the villagers will excavate the river. The former irrigation minister says that 7 km of the 11 km long river will be excavated by shramdaan while the remaining four kilometers will be excavated by the district administration from the MNREGA workers, which will also provide employment to the laborers.

The student drove the shovel

Dharmapala Singh excavated the completely extinct river from Gurugama, the village of Guru Dronacharya. He says that he had resolved to revive the extinct rivers in the state, which was started 2 years ago from Pilibhit, the origin of the Gomti river. In the priority of the government, it is still today, in this sequence, the untouched canal of the Amla Assembly, which originates from the Lilaur lake during Mahabharata and takes the form of the Jaundice River on the Alampur Court from Sona, Palatha, Kesarpur, Kalyanpur. The jaundice river later joins the Aril River. It is pledged to revive the river and hand it over to the public and excavation has been started. The MLA will work with the villagers to revive the river for the next 15 days and will keep tents in the village itself.

40 villages will benefit

The people of 40-gram panchayats will be benefited after the Piliya River is revived. This river will be able to irrigate 2 thousand bighas of arable land and the groundwater level of the area will also increase. Rural laborers will work in digging the river, as well as 5500 laborers will also be able to get work by digging this river. At present, there is also a field on a lot of river land, but now the villagers are ready to dig this river, for which the MLA has also thanked all the villagers.

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