The process of assembly elections in UP is only a few weeks away, and politicians’ visits have already begun, but the misery of the people of Amethi, particularly the farmers, continues. The main issue here is a scarcity of water in irrigation and canals. Thousands of farmers’ crops are submerged every year due to the irrigation department’s failure to excavate drains in the district. Farmers are unable to irrigate their crops as a result of the lack of water flow until the last tail in the canals. As a result, farmers face double losses, with crores of rupees spent each year on paper for digging and cleaning sewers and canals.

According to Dharmendra Verma of Sharda Sahayak Section 41, Amethi has six canal sections. Sharda tributary section 41 Amethi, Sharda tributary section 45 Rae Bareli, Sharda tributary section 49 Sultanpur, Sharda tributary section 51 Pratapgarh, Sharda tributary section 28 Haidergarh, Sharda tributary section 49 Sultanpur, Sharda tributary section 51 Pratapgarh, Sharda tributary section 49 Sultanpur, Sharda tributary section The majority of the office, however, is not in Amethi district, with the exception of section 41. As a result, officers and employees are unable to attend.

Verma revealed that the Amethi district has received a budget of Rs 490.481 lakh for cleaning and digging 1252.315 km of canals. As a result, section 41 Amethi received Rs 245191 million for 572.866 km of canal excavation and cleaning, section 45 Rae Bareli km 93.350 received Rs 36.030 lakh, section 49 Sultanpur received Rs 114.260 lakh for 334.866 km, and section 51 Pratapgarh received Rs 16.250 for 28.592 km. Irrigation section Sultanpur: Rs.62.970 lakh for section 28 Haidergarh, 180.177 kilometres, and Rs.16.140 lakh for digging 39.864 kilometres of canal.

According to Ashok Tiwari Kotedar, the crops of villages such as Masni, Umrar, Jariari, and others have decayed owing to drowning in water. There is never any digging or cleaning involved. Farmers, he claimed, are not heard. As a result, the bureaucrats spend the excavation and cleaning expenditure on paper. Department of Irrigation Committees have been formed to dig, clean, and repair canals, according to a junior engineer. As a result, committees handle the excavation, cleaning, and repair work. All of the payment committees, he said, had names. However, the committees do not operate in an open and honest manner. This leads to a variety of activities, including cleaning and digging, to mention a few. The officials are not putting any pressure on the committees. They are free.

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