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Eluru, June 2, (
The lift irrigation schemes set up with crores are not working. The goal is to fulfill the fulfillment. Rampachodavaram ITDA, along with Chintur ITDA, are in worst-hit areas. With the aim of streamlining irrigation facilities, the Andhra Pradesh State Irrigation Development Authority (APSIDC) has 55 layer schemes in the district. It aims to get 30,793 acres of land. Of these, Rampachodavaram has canceled eight schemes under ITDA and now has 29 schemes. It has 5,073 acres of land. There are 55 lightweight schemes in the districts of Ottapalam, Veypara, Chintur and Coanavaram. 9,444 acres of water is required to be drained. Nearly 85% of 92 transparency schemes in Rampachodavaram, Chintur ITDA, in the agency did not work. As a result farmers are struggling with irrigation water every year. Some of the incomplete and other repairs are seen as scarcely. The Eidipalai scheme for the purpose of providing water for 1200 acres at Godavari near the Channapetta Rannapetta has been approved by the then Chief Minister YS Rajasekhara Reddy. In 2010, Ms. Sunitha Lakshma Reddy laid the foundation stone for the project. 


The scheme, set up with Rs 5 crore, is aimed at completing the works in two years. Without proper planning, the mechanism selected the project intake point. In the Godavari, 365 days have been set up in the area without water. The floods in August and September are not empty at the intake point of time. The pipeline and the works are also stopped in the middle. When this project comes into use, there are 600 farmers in 8 villages covering two crops. For eight years farmers have been looking for this project. Three years of guaranteed assurance has not materialized. Rampachodavaram has 29 schemes in ITDA, currently four in Gangavaram mandal, two in Y. Ramavaram, one in Rajavommangi Nearly 48 schemes of the merging zones are ineligible. Last year, the APSIDC officials sent proposals worth Rs 24.23 crores but they did not have any nirvana. The farmers are urging the state government to react to the ban on their fields.

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