The Haryanvi water bodies in Haveri and Bhubaneswar are not only pristine, but also the only ones with clear and pure water in the state.
The water bodies are also the best places to enjoy the natural beauty of the region, with a beautiful landscape and beautiful rivers flowing in all directions.
According to a report by The Hindu, the Haryanas government has ordered a new water canal, which will take the Haveria water bodies into the state and will be built to ensure that all the rivers and streams in the region will be treated.
This project is expected to be completed by 2021, while the other two are expected to begin in 2019 and 2020.
Haveri has been the epicentre of the country’s water crisis in the past few years.
The city was inundated with about 30 million litres of water in one year.
A similar incident took place in 2012 when about 9 million litres was released from a dam.
The Haryas government has since taken the Havalas and the Havas rivers and pumped it out of the city, but the flow was diverted by the dam.
Now the Hainian District Corporation has decided to build a new dam.
It is expected that the new canal will take Haveriya, Bhubane and Havanas rivers to the state, and also transfer Haveriyar river, which flows into the Yamuna, to the city.
In addition to the new dam, the city will also be able to divert a river that flows through Bhubanyaswar, to ensure water to the river does not get diverted.
The project has been in the pipeline for a few years, but has taken a long time to complete.
The new dam has been expected to create an additional 12,000 jobs and the city’s economic impact could be Rs 1,100 crore, said Anjali Srivastava, director of the Havyas Water Resource Institute.
The city’s government, which has been faced with the crisis in recent years, has promised to get the canal built by 2020, which is the deadline that has been set.