Efforts will be made to complete the ERCP project in the next 5 years: Bhajanlal


With the implementation of the integrated ERCP project, the decades-old demand of Eastern Rajasthan is going to be fulfilled. By connecting the two main components of this project, Navnera Dam and Isarda Dam, the waste water of Chambal and Yamuna rivers will be used for irrigation and drinking water needs.

Chief Minister Bhajan Lal Sharma said this along with Union Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat on Sunday while discussing the pre-construction and proposed main components of the Revised Parvati-Kalisindh-Chambal Link (Integrated ERCP) Project namely Bisalpur Dam, Maje Barrage, Kalisindh Dam, Chambal Crossing, Navnera Barrage. , after conducting aerial survey of Dungri Dam, Rameshwar Ghat, Isarda Dam. He said that in this phase of the project, the excess water of Navnera Dam built on Kalisindh River will be released into Banas River and brought to Isarda Dam.

Chief Minister Sharma gave instructions regarding opening of offices for land acquisition, appointment of officers and starting this process for speedy implementation of the revised project. 

He said that the Central Government and the Rajasthan Government are determined for the early implementation of integrated ERCP. Efforts will be made to complete the project in the next 5 years.

PC: dipr.rajasthan

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