Newest irrigation scheme launched in time for summer.
The Ministry of Water Supply and Misuse had prepared the scheme for release of water during the month of September, but it was cancelled by the National Green Tribunal because the Maharashtra government “failed to show that these plans were safe”.
It is reported that a water tanker in Rajkot had also carried out tests on the ground. The Bombay Water Supply Company Limited had decided to issue water for re카지노 사이트lease from its plant at Tihar on August 19, in spite of opposition raised by the water tanker’s crew. The Mumbai high court agreed with the Mumbai high court, 바카라directing Mumbai police not to shut down the Tihar plant when it is not under water.
Sources, The Indian Express report:
In the case of the water tankers, the state government has yet to issue the water due to strong opposition by some people. According to sources, the minister of water supply and waste management had told water tanker companies that the state is ready to help them.
The Mumbai high court had told Mumbai Water Corporation Ltd (MWLC) to immediately cease its operations at Tihar, in the absence of a firm water allocation by the State Government of Maharashtra. A bench headed by chief justice B S Dave directed it to do so within a week.
While the city and its government authorities, including the Delhi Police and M&T Bank have declared total loss on the Tihar project, the company has claimed around Rs 150 crore on it since 2002.
According to the state government, more than 600,000 tonnes of water was released from the tankers over the previous two days더킹카지노.
MWLC, however, said it would pay Rs 10 per 1000 L of water.