New Delhi: People residing in Bundelkhand and Vindhyachal areas of Uttar Pradesh, that are among the many most water-scarce areas in the nation, might get piped water very quickly.
Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath will launch ”Har Ghar Jal” (piped water to each home) marketing campaign at Bundelkhand on Tuesday. According to the federal government spokesman, 7 districts of Bundelkhand and a couple of districts of Vindhyachal areas will probably be coated by this project in the primary part at a value of Rs 2,185 crore. A inhabitants of 14 lakh in Mahoba, Lalitpur and Jhansi will profit from it.
The project is linked to the ”Jal Jeevan Mission”, estimated to value Rs 10,131 crore.
“On the initiative of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the chief minister had asked officials to ensure every house gets piped water facility, especially in regions where groundwater is contaminated with fluoride and arsenic,” the spokesman added.
Ambitious project to quench thirst of parched villages
Bundelkhand is among the many most water scarce areas of the state, with floor water a lot under that normal.
UP govt will first roll out the project in the districts of Jhansi, Banda, Chitrakoot, Jalaun, Hamirpur, Lalitpur and Mohaba in Bundelkhand and Sonbhadra and Mirzapur in Vindhya area, and later will increase this to the arsenic/ fluoride and acute encephalitis (AES) affected districts the place lack of fresh consuming water leads to deaths.
Water desk has shrunk considerably in these areas bordering Madhya Pradesh and persons are compelled to stroll miles to get a pitcher of water.