In a significant move to bolster water infrastructure, the Rajasthan government has given the green light for a total allocation of Rs. 265.64 Crore towards 15 crucial water projects. The focus of these projects under the Rajasthan Water Sector Livelihood Improvement Project is to reinforce irrigation and drinking water supply across the state. This allocation will pave the way for the execution of an array of essential initiatives outlined in the budget. Notable among these is the comprehensive repair and maintenance of a range of dams, canals, and irrigation projects spread across key regions including Udaipur, Jaipur, Pratapgarh, Karauli, Jalore, Chittorgarh, Ajmer, and Sawai Madhopur. These strategic efforts are poised to bring about a positive impact on the agricultural landscape and the overall availability of drinking water in the state.
With a steadfast commitment to sustainable water resource management, the Rajasthan government's proactive approach underscores its dedication to ensuring the welfare and prosperity of its citizens. The initiation of these projects is a significant stride towards realizing the vision of a water-secure future for the people of Rajasthan.