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Collector inspects breached tanks

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Repairs on a war-footing to 34 tanks

KARIMNAGARMAHABUBNAGAR: The Collector, C. Parthasarathi, on Monday inspected the tanks which were breached in the recent flash floods which were caused due to the incessant rain in Huzurabad, Jammikunta, Kamalapur and Elkathurthy mandals.

He said that a total of 12 irrigation board tanks and 22 panchayat tanks were breached during the recent rain in the division.

He said that they had taken up the repairs of all the breaches on a war-footing at a cost of Rs. 30 lakhs. He also said that they were enumerating the crop damages due to the recent rains in the district to provide appropriate compensation.

Officials warned

KARIMNAGARMAHABUBNAGAR: The district Collector, M.Jagadeeshwar said that sever action would be initiated against panchayat secretaries and MPDOs who have not disbursed the cash to the labourers who worked under National food-for-work programme during last year.

Addressing mandal-level officials on Monday, the Collector said that it was brought to his notice that some of the MPDOs and panchayat secretaries had not paid cash to the labourers.

They have distributed only rice to the labourers under FFW programme.

Mr. Jagadeeshwar directed them to distribute both rice and cash to the labourers. He also instructed the Assistant Engineers of Panchayat Raj to complete all the records pertaining to the works undertaken under National food for works programme before July 15.

He said that if any engineer failed to do so his increments would be cut and if necessary his salary would be held up.

Reviewing the land assignment, the collector asked the mandal revenue officers to intensify the programme and complete the task of 600 acres before august 15th. He also asked the mandal level officials to take active part in the on going "AASHA" programme and to cover all the villages.

Zilla parishad C.E.O. Upender Reddy was present.

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