NABARD sanctions over Rs. 735 Cr for Infra Projects
Elaborating on the projects, the financial institution said the grid-connected solar power projects would generate 88.61 MU of green energy per annum. The work on the irrigation projects is expected to benefit 11,554 hectares of land besides addressing the problems of water wastage in the upstream areas, seepage loss, deposition of silt and insufficient height of canal, which have been resulting in the erratic and short supply of water in the command area. The flood protection measures were aimed at addressing the erosion of river banks and about 155 villages would benefit, it claimed. The widening and strengthening of 57 roads would facilitate 352.81 km in 14 districts and this would help the farmers to access agro-inputs and markets for their agricultural produce along with other facilities.
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