Deputy Minister of Agriculture Long Kalasin Follow up on the water situation.


09 October 2021 – 21:46

Deputy Minister of Agriculture in Kalasin monitors the situation of Nam Chee, listens to agricultural problems

At Lamchee Sriwanaram Temple, Lamchi Subdistrict, Khongchai District, Kalasin Province, Ms. Mananya Thaiset, Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Cooperatives, Mr. Songpol Jaikrim, Governor of Kalasin Province, Mrs. Wanpen Settharaksa, Advisor to the Deputy Minister Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, Mr. Wisit Srisuwan, Director-General of the Cooperative Promotion Department, Mr. Sanan Pongaksorn, Deputy Governor of Kalasin Province, along with relevant agencies. Go to the area to monitor the water situation to prepare for the water masses from Chaiyaphum Province

which flows down the Chi River Currently, the water mass is in Khon Kaen Province and is entering Kalasin Province and other provinces. before flowing into the Mun and Mekong rivers. ready to give a survival bag dry food Peanut seeds Tainan 9 from the Department of Agriculture listened to problems and encouraged people in Lam Chi Subdistrict, Kong Chai District, Kalasin Province.

said that from listening to the water situation report which was caused by the influence of the past storm causing heavy rain in Chaiyaphum Province and causing flooding. Chaiyaphum Province is upstream of the Chi River. causing a large amount of water to flow into the Chi River And flows down to Khon Kaen Province until the water overflows the banks and floods the area of ​​Khon Kaen. And now the mass of water has flowed continuously. Currently in Kosum Phisai District and Kantharawichai District, Maha Sarakham Province It is expected that the mass of water will flow into the area of ​​Kalasin in the next 2-3 days. People are confident that the water situation of the year will not repeat in 2011 because the Ministry of Agriculture

by the Royal Irrigation Department Have a good water management plan and has an area to receive water from the monkey cheeks as well as remedial measures according to the Ministry of Finance Regulations on Government Advances for Emergency Disaster Victims B.E. 2562 (2019) and the Criteria for Minor Practices on Providing Agricultural Assistance to Disaster Victims in Emergencies B.E. 2021 That is, not more than 30 rai per household, divided into rice, 1,340 baht per rai, field crops and vegetables, 1,980 baht per rai, perennial fruit trees and others, 4,048 baht per rai.

The governor of Kalasin province said that the relevant departments of Kalasin province are preparing to receive the aforementioned water masses by separating the Lam Chi river. Approximately 53 km in length, 80 cm in height added to prevent flooding.

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