1916 families are connected to the water supply

  1. Pipeline expansion work in progress in Sultanpur Sauramau.
    – Photo: SULTANPUR

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Sultanpur. As part of the AMRUT program, the expansion of the city’s pipeline from the Jal Nigam is being carried out rapidly. This also includes those pristine areas of the city in which the expansion of the pipeline could not take place.
The pipeline is to be expanded within a radius of around 35 km in the city. 4,416 families in the city should get new water connections. Of these, around 2,500 connections were made. The expansion work on the pipeline is in progress. In the near future, 1,916 families will also receive connections. Once connected, these families will have an uninterrupted supply of water.
Jal Nigam is working on behalf of Jal Nigam on a 20.54 crore project as part of the drinking water restructuring project under the AMRUT program. Including a total of 105 km in the city. The new pipeline is to be laid within the scope of around 70 km of the pipeline so far.
A new pipeline is to be laid over an area of ​​around 35 km. This time the focus of Jal Nigam is on those areas in which people have been denied new connections. The municipality operates 12,000 old connections for the city’s drinking water network.
As part of the AMRUT program, provisions are being made to ensure an uninterrupted supply of water to every home in the municipality. About two years ago, 1,798 new plumbing connections were placed through a survey commissioned by Jal Nigam as part of the AMRUT program. In the re-conducted survey, 4,416 families were identified for new connections.
These are areas that the pipeline did not reach, in these areas the water was either managed by submersible pumps or hand pumps. Due to this project by Jal Nigam, the system of uninterrupted water supply in such places will be started as soon as possible. Since the Corona era, work to lay the pipeline had slowed since last year.
This year, after the end of the second corona wave, work on the drinking water system was intensified. Around 2,500 of 4,416 families have so far got a new connection. Now the Jal Nigam aims to connect with 1,916 new families. Officials say work is underway. Soon these connections will also be made by the Jal Nigam. After the connection is completed, 1,916 families will receive an uninterrupted water supply.
City divided into five zones for water supply
Jal Nigam has divided the city into five zones to ensure an uninterrupted water supply in the drinking water rehabilitation project. The first Zone A forest in Zone A is Shastrinagar. The second area is A through Civil Lines. Niralanagar, Viveknagar and adjacent areas have been included in the 2A area of ​​the second zone.
At the same time, the surrounding areas including Senani Vihar, Gabhadiya were included in the 2B area of ​​the second zone. Nearby areas such as Narayanpur and Souramau have been included in Zone 3. Separate overhead tanks were installed to supply water to these areas. From which the arrangement for the water supply is made.
Working in the context of the drinking water restructuring project
Our goal is to ensure an uninterrupted water supply where people in urban areas are confronted with drinking water problems. Work is being carried out on this within the framework of the drinking water restructuring project.
– RS Yadav, Xen, Jal Nigam.

Sultanpur. As part of the AMRUT program, the expansion of the city’s pipeline from the Jal Nigam is being carried out rapidly. This also includes those pristine areas of the city in which the expansion of the pipeline could not take place.

The pipeline is to be expanded within a radius of around 35 km in the city. 4,416 families in the city should get new water connections. Of these, around 2,500 connections were made. The expansion work on the pipeline is in progress. Soon 1,916 families will also receive connections. After the connection, these families will receive an uninterrupted water supply.

Jal Nigam is working on behalf of Jal Nigam on a 20.54 crore project as part of the drinking water restructuring project under the AMRUT program. Including a total of 105 km in the city. The new pipeline is to be laid within the scope of around 70 km of the pipeline so far.

A new pipeline is to be laid over an area of ​​around 35 km. This time the focus of Jal Nigam is on those areas in which people have been denied new connections. The municipality operates 12,000 old connections for the city’s drinking water network.

As part of the AMRUT program, provisions are being made to ensure an uninterrupted supply of water to every home in the municipality. About two years ago, 1,798 new plumbing connections were placed through a survey commissioned by Jal Nigam as part of the AMRUT program. In the re-conducted survey, 4,416 families were identified for new connections.

These are areas that the pipeline did not reach, in these areas the water was either managed by submersible pumps or hand pumps. Due to this project by Jal Nigam, the system of uninterrupted water supply in such places will be started as soon as possible. Since the Corona era, work to lay the pipeline had slowed since last year.

This year, after the end of the second corona wave, work on the drinking water system was intensified. Around 2,500 of 4,416 families have so far got a new connection. Now the Jal Nigam aims to connect with 1,916 new families. Officials say work is underway. Soon these connections will also be made by the Jal Nigam. After the connection is completed, 1,916 families will receive an uninterrupted water supply.

City divided into five zones for water supply

Jal Nigam has divided the city into five zones to ensure an uninterrupted water supply in the drinking water rehabilitation project. The first Zone A forest in Zone A is Shastrinagar. The second area is A through Civil Lines. Niralanagar, Viveknagar and adjacent areas have been included in the 2A area of ​​the second zone.

At the same time, the surrounding areas including Senani Vihar, Gabhadiya were included in the 2B area of ​​the second zone. Nearby areas such as Narayanpur and Souramau have been included in Zone 3. Separate overhead tanks were installed to supply water to these areas. From which the arrangement for the water supply is made.

Working in the context of the drinking water restructuring project

Our goal is to ensure an uninterrupted water supply where people in urban areas are confronted with drinking water problems. Work is being carried out on this within the framework of the drinking water restructuring project.

– RS Yadav, Xen, Jal Nigam.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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