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Water conservation scheme named after Munde


Munde1Mumbai:  A water conservation scheme in Osmanabad district of Marathwada region has been named after late BJP leader Gopinath Munde, as a tribute to the former Union minister’s work for farmers.

Water conservation works of 35 km have been undertaken as part of the scheme in 10 villages, which was launched by the Natural Sugar and Allied Industries, a sugar factory started by former Munde associate B B Thombre.

The scheme was named after Munde following the BJP leader’s demise in Delhi after a road accident on June 3.

Former BJP MLC Pasha Patel, who launched a nullah (drain) deepening project as part of the scheme earlier this week, said conservation works will help farmers tackle water shortage in the state.


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