'Measures afoot to provide irrigation facilities'
Jammu, May 2: The Revenue Minister, Raman Bhalla today said the coalition was endeavouring to provide adequate irrigation facilities to the farmers for enabling them to cope up with the long dry spells being experienced in the state.
Addressing a gathering after inaugurating Tube Well at Chatha-E, he said the Government was committed to provide irrigation facilities to farmers at the tail end of their respective villages by the tube wells, pump sets and Ranbir canal.
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