Anucha Burapachaisi, a spokesperson for the Prime Minister’s Office, stated yesterday during a news conference in Thailand that 203 new water pumps would be purchased with the 664 million baht budget. The Thai Meteorological Department predicts that until Friday, September 9, flooding and heavy rain will affect the entire nation. More than 10 Thai provinces, including Rayong, Ayutthaya, and Pathum Thani, were under water yesterday. The task of managing the budget and locating efficient water pumps to replace the outdated ones that aren’t worth fixing has been delegated to the Royal Irrigation Department. The budget for the fiscal year 2022 was left at roughly ten billion baht, and the most of it was set aside for water management, according to the PM’s Office. When the projects are finished, more than 1,400 acres of land and 542 households in Thailand will benefit. Interior Ministry and Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. Each ministry is supposed to manage the projects and assist in finding solutions to all of their associated issues. In numerous locations, including Saphan Kwai Intersection, Vibhavadhi-Rangsit Road, Ratchadaphisek Road, Phayathai Road, and Petchaburi Road, floods were still present at 7 a.m. today, according to the media. Yesterday, the Thai Cabinet authorized a nearly 1.6 billion dollar budget to address Thailand’s ongoing flooding issues.

664 million baht has been designated for new water pumps, while 912 million baht has been set aside for water management throughout the wet and dry seasons. Yesterday, there were floods in many areas of Bangkok, particularly in the Bang Khan district’s Chaeng Wattana Road and Pahon Yothin Road. Anucha claimed that this was the quickest approach to aid Thai citizens and farmers who had been affected by floods and drought. According to the Cabinet report, 912 million baht would be used for water management to save water during the dry season and prevent flooding during the rainy season. Three ministries would receive the funds: the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, The projects involve rubbish and water hyacinth cleanup as well as dam maintenance and improvement.

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