parts of Rajasthan are in the grip of a severe drought and the situation may worsen further. Over 2.5 crore people and 3.5 crore animals have already been affected.
According to a report prepared by the government of Rajasthan: "Bunds and tanks are almost empty. The groundwater level has gone down and the potable water situation has deteriorated further.'
The state government has asked the Centre for Rs 1,145 crore as famine relief. The deficient rainfall has resulted in negligible inflow into the reservoirs, including well-known ones like Pichola, Fatehsagar, Raksamand and Ramgarh.
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- Order of the National Green Tribunal regarding violation of environmental rules in the process of constructing a hotel in villages Raya and Ghati ka Math, Rajasthan, 13/02/2023
- Order of the National Green Tribunal regarding illegal sand mining in Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan, 06/02/2023
- Order of the National Green Tribunal regarding remedial measures adopted by Hindustan Zinc Ltd., Udaipur, 14/11/2022
- Order of the National Green Tribunal regarding forest encroachments, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, 07/09/2022