Sangli: Scarcity will not tolerate laxity; MP Patil’s warning leader

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Jat: Leader News Service: While the dire situation due to drought has become serious in the taluka, complaints are being received that the authorities are taking too long even during water scarcity. MP Sanjay Patil warned that if people’s sentiments are played with in times of scarcity, it will not be tolerated and action will have to be taken against the concerned officials. He was speaking at a shortage review meeting in the Panchayat Samiti hall at Jat.

On this occasion MLA Vikram Singh Sawant, Director of District Bank Prakash Jamdade, Director of Central Cement Board Dr. Ravindra Arli, former member of Zilla Parishad, Sardar Patil, former member of Panchayat Samiti, Adv. Digvijay Chavan, Tehsildar Jeevan Bansode, Group Development Officer Appasaheb Sargar, former Speaker Babasaheb Kodag etc were present.

Eat at this time. Patil took information about the shortage plan prepared by the administration. District Bank Director Prakash Jamdade pointed out that there is a delay in starting the tankers for the water shortage villages in the taluka. Eat on it. Sanjay Patil was furious. Improve the administration of Tehsil office, otherwise it has to be taken into account. He gave instructions to understand the problems of the people and take measures for them. He also reviewed all the departments.

eat Patil said, currently there is a drought crisis. A serious problem of drinking water and animal fodder has arisen. The government administration is ready to face this. Currently 9 tankers are running in Jat taluka. Collectors and tehsildars have been instructed to immediately start tankers as soon as there is demand for wells and bores along with acquisition.

A discussion was held over the phone with Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Friday night regarding the current shortage situation. Deputy Chief Minister Fadnavis has ordered to release 2 TMC of water from Chandoli Dam as an alternative as the available water storage in Koyna Dam is less. It will be planned from Sunday and the water will reach Jat by Wednesday. He expressed the belief that the taluk will get relief due to this.

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