ISLAMABAD (APP) - The government has proposed to allocate Rs.31,400 million for 61 ongoing and seven new water sector projects in Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) for the year 2010-11. Out of the total allocations, Rs.27866 million were proposed for ongoing water projects and Rs.3534 million for new projects, official sources said. An amount of Rs. 37,577.565 million was estimated for the ongoing projects, out of which Rs 201647.562 have been spent so for, the sources said. Giving break up figures, the sources said that Rs.3,000 million have been proposed for the ongoing raising of Mangla Dam project including resettlement. Similarly, Rs.1,000 million, Rs.900 million, Rs.2750 and Rs.800 million have been proposed for Gomal Zam dam, Greater Thal Canal (Phase -I), Kachhi Canal (Phase-I) and Rainee Canal (Phase-I) respectively in PSDP for the upcoming fiscal. An amount of Rs. 89329 million have been proposed for new schemes in water sector, out of which Rs. 3,534 million have been proposed in the forthcoming PSDP 2010-11. The new schemes include construction of 100 dams in Balochistan, Naulong Storage dam Jhal Magsi, Pelar Dam (Awarn Balochistan), Nai Gaj Dam Dadu, Bara Dam Kyber Agency, Kurram Tangi Dam, North Waziristan and Makhi Farash Link Canal project (Chotiari Phase-II). Rs.1164 million have been proposed for Naulong Storage Dam, Rs.800 million for Bara Dam while Rs.700 million for Kurram Tangi in the upcoming financial year.