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Punjab Government Is Serious About Conserving Groundwater In The State, Says Captain Amarinder Singh

Israeli Company To Submit Report To Punjab Water Regulation and Development Authority For Conservation And Efficient Use of Water

Boss Minister Responds Questions Asked By Four Residents Of Patiala District During #AskCaptain Facebook live Program

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh said that the Punjab Government was not kidding about monitoring groundwater in the state. The Chief Minister was answering to the inquiries raised by the individuals during his uncommon Facebook live program #AskCaptain which is picking up prevalence among the individuals of Punjab during his war against CoronaVirus under ‘Crucial’, tonight. During the program, four inhabitants of Patiala locale moved toward the Chief Minister through their inquiries.

Reacting to a question presented by Rajinder Singh of Patran about the declining groundwater table and the means being taken by the Punjab government, the Chief Minister said that the Punjab Government had found a way to guarantee water preservation and its effective use with the assistance of Israel. The administrations of the organization have been obtained, which will present its report as a team with the Punjab Water Regulation and Development Authority, established by the state government.

Chief Amarinder Singh spoke to the individuals of Punjab to receive the ‘Spare Water, Earn Money’ Scheme of Powercom and said that the legislature has advanced direct planting of paddy this time, which has brought about 20 percent of absolute paddy planted in the state. Direct planting has been indicating acceptable outcomes, he included.

Arranging the question raised by Jagdeep Khokhar of Patiala about the assistance of helpless understudies in wake of climb in clinical school charges in Punjab, the Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh said that the Punjab Government would before long make a course of action so the understudies from poor and destitute families would shape their vocation in clinical field with no monetary issue. The Chief Minister said that the charge had not been expanded for quite a while yet to meet the expense of current types of gear and different costs, this choice has been taken. This climb would likewise essentially improve the framework of government emergency clinics and clinical schools.

In the interim, when asked by Rajpura inhabitant Amit Kumar about not wearing covers by the individuals even in packed spots during COVID-19, the Chief Minister said that he would teach the Patiala Police to cut the challan and be progressively severe to such people who are spurning the COVID standards.

Reacting the inquiry of Patiala occupant Sachin Dhand for checking the rising number of COVID-19 cases in Patiala, Captain Amarinder Singh said that the circumstance in Punjab was far superior than different states however to control the spread of the infection, the inhabitants should assume their own liability of maintaining the effectively laid Health Protocols carefully.

Chief Amarinder Singh said that all the area organizations have been approached to make courses of action of veils for the destitute as quickly as time permits. During his Facebook Live program, the Chief Minister urged the individuals of Punjab to avoid get-togethers, keep up social separation, wear veils even in shut rooms and particularly take care in cooled rooms to maintain a strategic distance from the COVID-19 pandemic. He additionally claimed for rehashed hand washing.