The government’s master irrigation valve is a major source of revenue for the irrigation department.
In 2017-18, it collected Rs 5,834 crore.
The total value of revenue generated in 2017-2018 stood at Rs 2,821 crore, according to the irrigation ministry.
Irrigations in the country, however, face a number of challenges and obstacles, such as poor water quality and high demand.
In addition, the price of water varies widely between states and the district level.
While the state and district governments are responsible for distributing water in various states, the central government has to provide the water in the form of subsidised water tariff (PUTT).
This means that the central Government collects the money for distributing the water.
The irrigation department has to make payments for each new canal constructed and for the construction of new wells.
In 2019-20, the Central Government allocated Rs 1,000 crore for irrigation infrastructure projects, with the state governments getting the remaining money.
The revenue received from the water tariff covers irrigation projects and the state’s share is determined by the rate of inflation.
This rate of increase is the main source of funding for irrigation department and helps it to implement projects, including the irrigation master valves.
Water tariff is a very important part of the irrigation budget, as it ensures that the state spends the money that is not spent on other projects.
As per the latest data available, the revenue received in 2019-2020 stood at a high Rs 4,814 crore.
Of this, the irrigation revenue stood at around Rs 4.3 lakh crore.
A total of Rs 2.2 lakh crore was spent on irrigation projects during 2019-21.
This was down from the Rs 2 lakh crore received in 2018-19 and Rs 2 crore in 2017.
The biggest beneficiaries of the government’s irrigation scheme were the states that had the most water.
In Punjab, the state government collected Rs 1.35 lakh crore from the irrigation scheme, followed by Delhi at Rs 1 lakh crore and Uttar Pradesh at Rs 6,500 crore.
In Tamil Nadu, the total amount collected from the scheme was Rs 3,000-4,000 crores.
This is the highest water collection of any state in India, as per data available from the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB).
In 2017, Maharashtra had the highest irrigation revenue with Rs 1 crore crore, followed closely by Karnataka at Rs 8,000.
Kerala was next at Rs 10,000, followed behind by Maharashtra at Rs 17,000 and Maharashtra at $ 12,000 per acre.
The largest revenue received by the irrigation programme was in Maharashtra at around $ 1,500 per acre, followed with Karnataka around $ 3,500 and Tamil Nadu around $ 2,000 annually.
According to data from the state department of water resources, water revenue from the master irrigation valves was estimated at Rs 4 lakh crore in 2019, Rs 2 1,400 crore in 2018, Rs 1 1,200 crore in 2016 and Rs 1 4,500 crores in 2015.
The water revenue received was mainly from Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.
In Maharashtra, the government collected around Rs 5 lakh crore, while Karnataka received around Rs 2 2,500.
The remaining funds collected in the state came from Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Tamiladurga, Nagpur and Madhya Pradesh.
Maharashtra has a major role to play in ensuring that water supply is delivered to the state, especially when the central governments are not in a position to deliver water to its people.
Water shortage and poor infrastructure in the State also contributes to the water shortage.
The Central government has promised to address the water problem in the city by introducing a new system of water supply in 2020.
This will ensure that the city can get water at least 24 hours a day.
The city is already relying on the government to supply water for its daily needs.
However, the project is still at the planning stage.
The government has also decided to increase the amount of water to be supplied to the cities in the first half of 2019-00.
The new system will bring more water to the city in one day than the existing system.
The proposed new system is called the Integrated Water Supply System (IWS).
The new IWS will be operational in the year 2020.
According, the IWS has a projected revenue of Rs 6 lakh crore during the five-year period from 2019-01 to 2021-22.
This would be the biggest investment in water supply for the city.
The central government will be providing a loan of around Rs 1 5,000 to the project and is planning to invest in infrastructure to enable the project to deliver the revenue for 2019-19.