CHAIYAPHUM (NNT) – Prime Minister and Protection Minister, Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha, has visited Chaiyaphum province to satisfy the folks and to comply with up on the water scarcity state of affairs. He mentioned the federal government is implementing a venture to replenish and enhance water sources to curb the issue of droughts and floods.
The Prime Minister and a staff of officers arrived earlier at Khon Kaen Airport. They have been welcomed parliamentary members (MPs) of the Palang Pracharath Get together, together with Somsak Khoon-ngern, who received the by-election in Khon Kaen’s Constituency 7 final Sunday (Dec 22). The Prime Minister mentioned he needed the MPs to take care of the folks. He additionally thanked supporters of the Palang Pracharath Get together and mentioned this can be a authorities for the folks.
The Prime Minister then traveled to Chaiyaphum province through helicopter. He inspected the water scarcity state of affairs at Nong Haen village and met many villagers. He obtained a report in regards to the progress of the federal government’s venture to replenish and enhance water sources within the northeastern province. Native authorities businesses and communities, have labored collectively to dredge canals to provide water to 4 subdistricts, specifically Bung Khla, Phon Thong, Nong Pai and Kod Tum. The venture is to assist villagers have enough water in the course of the drought.
The Prime Minister mentioned he was anxious for the folks in drought-hit areas, however he’s completely satisfied to see many individuals working collectively to enhance the water state of affairs. The venture should be applied constantly to make sure enough water provide. The federal government has additionally carried out numerous initiatives, equivalent to a canal dredging venture and the Lam Sapung reservoir venture. The reservoir is predicted to begin working within the subsequent 5 years. The construction will retailer 32 million cubic meters of water and is related to totally different canals within the space.
The Prime Minister and the officers planted khiaosawoey mango timber and vetiver grass close to Tao canal in Nong Haen village. The Prime Minister additionally noticed the operations of an progressive sugarcane farming venture in Khok Sa-at subdistrict in Phu Khiao district within the afternoon.
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