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TitleIndira Jala Prabha irrigation scheme launched in AP
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The Andhra Pradesh government launched an ambitious scheme to provide irrigation facility to the lands distributed to the poor from SC and ST communities.

Named 'Indira Jala Prabha', the scheme was kicked off by Union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy at Jangalapalle village in Yerragondapalem mandal in Prakasam district.

Under the scheme, the state government would provide irrigation facility to 10 lakh acres of land in the next three years and that six lakh SC and ST families would be benefited by it.

The scheme is being implemented with Rs 1,800 crore and NABARD would provide Rs 887 crore of it.

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