According to the government’s data, 1.23 million rural homes exist in Madhya Pradesh. From these 45 lakh households are getting water services by taps through Jal Jeevan Mission Scheme.
As part of the government Jal Jeevan Mission scheme, 45 million families in Madhya Pradesh get water by tap. We’ll tell that a goal is set to supply water to around 1.25 million residents within the State via tap connections in their homes. In the last 17 months, approximately 45 lakh 26 thousand rural households have begun to reap the program’s benefits.
In the meantime, 94 thousand 812 schools operate in rural areas in the State; water is supplied through tap connections in 68,831 schools in this scheme. Within Madhya Pradesh, work is underway in the Jal Jeevan Mission scheme with approximately 40 thousand crore dollars. This is thought of as the dream project of Prime Minister Modi. This is why the Shivraj government is seeking the assistance of an independent agency to oversee this scheme’s operation. This will assist in preventing any disruptions in the process of this scheme and ensure the inspection of construction projects and quality control.
According to government data, the government has recorded 1.23 billion rural households living in Madhya Pradesh. 45 lakh are receiving water services with the aid of taps. In this plan, the emphasis is on providing priority to SC and ST dominant areas, regions affected by water quality water-scarce areas.
In the Jal Jeevan Mission scheme, the central government will get tap water connections to every household in rural areas by 2024. Fifty million crore dollars have been allocated to the Jal Jeevan Mission scheme in 2021-22.