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Collector inspects Buggavanka project

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Project has storage capacity of 0.505 tmcft and an ayacut of 9,800 acres

Left canal will irrigate 7,800 acres, right canal to cover 2,000 acres


KADAPA: District Collector V. Anil Kumar inspected the Buggavanka project in Chintakommadinne mandal near Kadapa on Sunday.

Water gates

He inspected the four gates, water being stored in the reservoir, and the head sluices at the right and left canals.

Storage capacity

Executive Engineer of the project Easwar Reddy told the Collector that the Buggavanka project had a storage capacity of 0.505 tmcft and an ayacut of 9,800 acres in the Chintakommadinne mandal.

The left canal irrigates 7,800 acres while the right canal irrigates 2,000 acres.

Assistant Executive Engineer (AEE) Pattabhirami Reddy and Assistant Engineer (AE) Ramana Reddy participated in the inspection programme.

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