23 Km Pipeline To Bring Continuous Water Supply To Goa

It is an obvious fact that water is a necessity and is essential for life. To avoid any hindrances to Goa’s water supply, a pipeline that is 23 kilometres long is going to be installed. It will run from Tillari dam to the Goa border. This project was approved by both Goa and Maharashtra officials.

There was a breach in a canal at Bhedshi. The officials of Maharashtra promised to repair it as soon as possible so that Goa will get a proper flow of water.  In the meeting, a decision was taken to convey the necessary data of all works and project details with the government of Goa, including the expenses of common works in Maharashtra.

As the demand for water has increased in Goa, officials of both Maharashtra and Goa agreed to lay down the 23 kilometres pipeline to make sure that Goa gets a continuous supply of water. 

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