Thursday, September 6, 2012

Conserving Traditional Water Sources

Minister for PHE, Irrigation & control, Taj Mohi-ud-Din nowadays stressed the requirement for conserving ancient sources of water.

Interacting with a delegation of National Institute of geophysics (NIH) here this morning, the Minister asked them to undertake a study of ponds and pools in Kandi belt and counsel measures to stabilize their water discharge.

In this regard, Mr. Taj underscored the requirement for cooperative makes an attempt by all involved agencies like PHE, Irrigation & control, CCDU and National Institutes of Health and alternative agencies.

Earlier, in his making known, Director, NIH, R. D. Singh apprised the Minister concerning the activities of his organization. He aforesaid the institute, since its origination in 1978, has conducted seventy two analysis studies on varied aspects of geophysics together with ice mass modification, water gather in Kandi areas and cloudbursts etc.

Commissioner-Secretary, PHE, Irrigation & control, B. D. Sharma, Chief Engineers of all the wings and alternative officers were conjointly gift on the occasion.

Later, the Minister, alongwith MLA, Moulvi Iftikhar Hussain Ansari, reviewed the pace of hydraulic works in Pattan body.

Mr. Taj affected upon the engineers to pace up work on water system theme, Devar and take up stabilization works of Bala Khul in hand. He conjointly directed completion of civil works at Hanjiwera gate straightaway.

The Minister asked the engineers to complete all in progress schemes among the targeted time schedule so the advantages of those schemes reach the folks at the earliest.

Chief Engineers of PHE, Irrigation & control Departments besides officers and engineers were gift within the meeting.

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