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March 6, 2021

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Every house will bring pure water through the tap

Every house will bring pure water through the tap

Every house will deliver pure water through the tap, working in mission mode and will complete the target by 2023
1280 crore rupees this year
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said in VC of Union Water Minister Shri Gajendra Singh Bhopal: Tuesday, May 19, 2020, 17:30 IST Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan today said in VC taken by Union Water Power Minister Shri Gajendra Singh Shekhawat that National Under Jal Jeevan Mission, the goal of providing pure water through tap in every house in rural areas of the state will be accomplished. The Center has directed to complete the target by the year 2023 instead of 2024, according to which the plan will be rescheduled and implemented in mission mode. Other concerned were present. The Union Government will give Rs. 1280 crore in the Union Minister for Water Power Shri Gajendra Singh Shekhawat informed that the goals set under the Water-Life Mission by 2023 are to be met. This year, the central government will give a budget of Rs. 1280 crore to Madhya Pradesh for the implementation of the mission. The state government will add the same amount. With this, about 6500 crore rupees will be provided to Madhya Pradesh under MNREGA. In MNREGA, 65 percent of the amount is to be spent for water related works, therefore some of this amount can be used for water life mission. The goal of providing drinking water through tap to 103 lakh families, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that Under Jal Jeevan Mission, about 85 percent (103.67 lakh) families from the supply of water through tap water at home through the FHTC (Functional house tap connection) plan to provide pure drinking water by the year 2023-24. No expected progress in 9 months, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan informed that the Jal Nigam was formed in the year 2012 in the state, through which group water supply schemes are being implemented. Nearly 9 months have passed since the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi started the Water Life Mission, but the state has not made the desired progress. In order to speed up the work, the State Water and Sanitation Mission has been created in the state and the Apex Committee and Executive Committees have been formed under it. Single nodal account for the transaction, the Chief Minister said that the Mission’s transactions are in accordance with the guidelines of the Government of India. Permission has been granted to open a single nodal account for Simultaneously, the action of the empanelment of the institutions necessary for the implementation of the mission has also started. Retrofitting of the already established and currently prevalent schemes will be started immediately. Pure drinking water in 321 quality affected villages This year, the Chief Minister said that in a total of 321 quality affected villages, pure drinking water will be made available by the end of this year. In the proposed action plan for the year 2020-21, work will be started in maximum number of SC-ST villages. Priority will also be given to MP Adarsh ​​Gram and Aspirational Districts. One lakh 31 thousand tap connections (FHTC) in 805 villages, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that 19 group schemes of 1231 crore have been completed by Jal Nigam, through which the state More than 1 lakh 31 thousand operational domestic tap connections (FHTCs) have been provided in 805 villages of the country. Currently, works of Rs 8 thousand 375 crore are under progress in 39 group schemes under Jal Nigam. 5.45 lakh connections in the current year and 7.84 lakh connections in the next year. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan informed that the cost of 3 thousand crores in the year 2020-21 in the state 5 lakh 45 thousand FHTC connections will be provided by the schemes of the State and 7 lakh 84 thousand FHTC will be provided by the schemes costing 2 thousand crores in the year 2021-22. Where there is no ground water source, the Chief Minister said that in the state, In areas where there is not enough availability of ground water, DPR of surface source based group water supply schemes has been prepared. These works will be done under the Water Life Mission. NABL of Water Laboratories Certification The Chief Minister said that NABL certification will be done in a phased manner by the water laboratories of the districts in order to get good quality drinking water in the village through tap-water schemes. Jal Jeevan Mission was started to provide continuous and adequate quantity of good quality drinking water to 100% families. It was announced by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi on 15 August 2019. The mission was set to provide 55 liters of pure water per person per day through the working household tap connection (FHTC) in each household by the year 2024. Now the time-limit for completing this target has been extended to 2023.

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