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Centre puts Par-Tapi-Narmada river link project on hold amid protests by tribals

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The Central government has decided not to go ahead with the proposed Par-Tapi-Narmada river linking  project  due to massive protests by the tribals in the area.

  • After a meeting between the Gujarat tribal leaders and Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Union Finance Minister, the Central government took the decision to put the project on hold till it received consent from the state of Maharashtra and Gujarat.

  • The tribals have mobilised against the project and have taken out massive rallies. They are demanding the  scrapping of the project, as it displaces them from their ancestral lands and will adversely affect them.

  • About 6065 hectare  of land area will be submerged due to the proposed reservoirs and a total of 61 villages will be affected by this project.

Par-Tapi-Narmada river link project 

  • It proposes to link three rivers — Par, originating from Nashik in Maharashtra and flowing through Valsad, Tapi from Saputara that flows through Maharashtra and Surat in Gujarat, and Narmada originating in Madhya Pradesh and flowing through Maharashtra and Bharuch and Narmada districts in Gujarat.

  • The excess water in the interlinked Par, Tapi and Narmada rivers which flow into the sea in the monsoon would be diverted to Saurashtra and Kutch for irrigation. 

  • The link mainly includes the construction of seven dams (Jheri, Mohankavchali, Paikhed, Chasmandva, Chikkar, Dabdar and Kelwan), three diversion weirs (Paikhed, Chasmandva, and Chikar dams), two tunnels (5.0 kilometers and 0.5 kilometers length), the 395-kilometer long canal (205 kilometer in Par-Tapi portion including the length of feeder canals and 190 km in Tapi-Narmada portion), and six powerhouses.

  • Of these, the Jheri dam falls in Nashik while the remaining dams are in Valsad and Dang districts of South Gujarat.

  • Besides providing irrigation benefits, the project will also generate hydro-power. The reservoirs will also provide relief from floods to people residing in downstream areas.

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