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Nationalisation is the process of taking on an industry or assets into government ownership. Nationalisation of our state rivers means total control of the rivers by the Central Government. Farm fresh produce From a broader perspective, Nationalisation is beneficial in more ways than one.
River development enables bigger cargo ships and cruise liners entry into the Port Linking of rivers curtails flooding on the banks and surrounding areas causing an even distribution of river water. Nationalisation of State Rivers would benefit remote areas in the state that do not have access to potable water.
River transport development would facilitate cheaper means of travel compared to road transport. A proper river transport system would help decongest roads in Goa which are overloaded with traffic.
Water transport would enable farmers to transport their produce to far-off markets. Many farmers in the state are giving up their occupation and seeking urban employment to make ends meet due to high overhead costs of farming.
Commuting to different parts of Goa for work or tourism would be less tedious and faster. Development of banks of the rivers would facilitate trade. Export of Goan handicrafts, farm produce, goan food products etc.
Under the Central government nationalisation scheme, the state would be provided with finance to create infrastructure along the inland waterways which will take traffic load off the roads.
Should the Centre control our rivers?
According to a TOI report, Congress leader and Rajya Sabha MP Shantaram Naik felt that dredging of the rivers could be carried out to make the rivers more navigable instead of nationalisation with proper financial assistance to the state.
According to him, the Centre will gain control of property on either side of the rivers along with some unspecified area of land. Progress is always good.
But the effects of progress can be catastrophic if not planned carefully.Nationalization of Rivers – boon or bane? According to a blogger on India Bix, “nationalisation could result in gross injustice if the government allots larger quantities of water to the neighbouring states than to the state in which the rivers originally flow”.
This is the group discussion on "Water resources should be nationalised". Water resources should be nationalized, Because water is most important for living and non-living things. In India having the many rivers. But many rural areas don't have water. So before the nationalisation of rivers access to which is the right of every one govt.
Nationalisation The RBI was nationalized on January 1, in terms of the Reserve Bank of India (Transfer to Public Ownership) Act, (RBI, b).[Reference heartoftexashop.com] By the s, the Indian banking industry had become an important tool to facilitate the development of the Indian economy.
At the same time, it had emerged as . Nationalisation Of Rivers In India. The rivers of India play an important role in the lives of the Indian people. The river systems provide irrigation, potable water, cheap transportation, electricity, and the livelihoods for a large .
Oct 21, · The Interlinking of Indian Rivers in India and Its Implications on Environment The Interlinking of Indian Rivers in India and its implications on Environment M. Feroz Khan Scientist, Reservoir Division of CIFRI, Hessarghatta Lake Post, Bangalore – , India [email protected] 1.
Rivers of India had in fact attracted the colonial masters and some engineering brains assisted in drawing few river integration projects to boost agricultural production and, thereby, land revenue.