Prime Minister Narendra Modi today inaugurated the Rs 9,800 crore Saryu Canal National Project in Balrampur, Uttar Pradesh. PM Modi addressed the audience and stated, “Today, I pay respect to the great fighters of the country who died in a helicopter on December 8th.” General Bipin Rawat, India’s first Chief of Defense Staff, was a profound loss for every Indian and nationalist.
Thought is honest, then work is also strong: PM Modi
“The water of the country’s rivers should be appropriately utilised,” PM Modi stated, “enough water reaching the farmers’ crops is one of the government’s top concerns.” The completion of the Saryu Canal National Project demonstrates that honest thought leads to excellent effort. Work on the Saryu Canal National Project began 50 years ago today. When work on this project began, it was estimated to cost less than Rs 100 crore. The project was completed today after a cost of around Rs 10,000 crore.
PM Modi targets Akhilesh Yadav
PM Modi singled out former Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav without identifying the erstwhile Samajwadi Party administration. PM Modi claimed that before he left Delhi today, he had been waiting since the morning for someone to come up to him and say, “Modi ji, we’ve cut the tape on this project, and we’ve begun it.” Some people have a habit of claiming that they may have cut the ribbon of this scheme when they were a child. Some people’s priority is to cut the tape, while our priority is to finish the plans on time.
Know about Saryu Canal National Project
More than 14 lakh hectares of farmland will receive water for irrigation as a result of the Saryu Canal National Project, and roughly 29 lakh farmers in the area would profit. The overall cost of construction for the Saryu Canal National Project is more than Rs 9800 crore, with more than Rs 4600 crore in provision made in the last four years. The project also includes plans to connect five rivers, including the Ghaghra, Saryu, Rapti, Banganga, and Rohini, to enable proper water resource management in the area.