Gaalmukt Dharan, Gaalyukt Shivar’ is an important desiltation scheme offered by the Government of Maharashtra for improving water storage capacity of reservoirs and increasing soil fertility of farms. The latest W-CReS paper ‘Gaalmukt Dharan, Gaalyukt Shivar (Tank Desiltation) Scheme in Maharashtra, India: Policy Concerns and the Way Forward’ in Law, Environment and Development (LEAD) Journal, written by Dipak Zade, Eshwer Kale, Aditya Sood, Sandeep Jadhav and Aditya Shinde, based on research recommends ways to strengthen the scheme and increase its effectiveness.
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