Returning the Soil to the Land

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Returning the Soil to the Land

Brahmaputra is the life of million people and associated flora and fauna .Brahmaputra in Assam has been severely affected during 1897 and 1950 mega earthquake. While British damaged Brahmaputra immediately after 1897 by dredging without embankment for economic reasons, exactly after three years of Independence, after 8.7 mega earthquake of 1950 the State Government started construction of embankments without dredging. In view of restriction created in capacity and drainage, the raised bed continued to come up due to deposition of sediments from erosion which started simultaneously.


Brahmaputra bed has continued to come up and became shallow which made the tributaries to back flow as Bharalu in Guwahati had to be dammed and evacuated with the help of pump and Branch river Kolong had to be closed to protect Nowgong town because of excessive flow in the year 1961.


Start up Profit Brahmaputra Life, Land & Livelihood (3L) Project is to judicious utilisation of non performingnatural assets Men, Money and Materials (3M) for inclusive and sustainable growth and acceleratingdevelopment towards Safe, Secured and Prosperity of Assam to improve Economy, Employment, Revenue, Ecology and Environment and to reduce impact on, global warming and climate change


Our R&D from 2006 reveals that continuation of embankments and frequent breaches resulted erosion at the rate of 8000 Hectares annually and aggravated restriction in smooth flow of tributaries to Brahmaputra due to deposition of eroded soil aggravating flood and erosion every years spreading to the entire valley from Sadiya to Dhubri and beyond in Bangladesh.


Our global professional group had undertaken R&D in association with global technology providers concluded that Scientific & Healthy management of Brahmaputra and tributaries by dredging of shallow, wide river Brahmaputra and make it narrow and deep Brahmaputra as like in ancient era.Reclamation of vast eroded land will bring a sea change in NE economy.


The aim of returning soil to the land principle is to restore 5 lakh hector of eroded land from River Brahmaputra with the help of Scientific and healthy management of river Brahmaputra in association with Dredging Technology.


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