Rs 50 per month water fee – Instead of water in villages, each household has to pay a tax of Rs 50 per month

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Auraiya. Under the Har Ghar Nal Se Jal Yojana, work is underway to produce water tanks for the drinking water supply in rural areas. As soon as the supply from the tanks begins, 50 rupees will be collected from each house in the village after burning. For this, the team that is being formed to raise people’s awareness will go door to door. 55 lakh are spent on this.
Under Har Ghar Nal Se Jal Yojana, implemented by the Central Water Commission, work has been going on at high pressure on the water supply for all households since 2019. In this direction, work was carried out in the first phase on providing taps and connections in every house. In the next phase, the construction of water tanks in the villages will be pushed ahead. A tax of Rs 50 is levied on each household for water supply in villages.
Department officials said Lucknow’s Agricultural Educational Management Institute will also be working with the Hume Pipe Agency, Mumbai, the executive organization that makes water tanks, to alert villagers. Their main job is to make people aware of how to stop water wasting by going door to door. The agency will run awareness campaigns in the 40 villages identified in the initial phase.
Lucknow’s Agricultural Education Management Agency will go to the rural areas and alert villagers not to waste water, turn off open taps and use water as needed. At the same time, the responsibility for the maintenance of the water tanks is taken over by the executing organization for 10 years – Vivek Kumar, JE, Jal Nigam

Auraiya. Under the Har Ghar Nal Se Jal Yojana, work is underway to produce water tanks for the drinking water supply in rural areas. As soon as the supply from the tanks begins, each house in the village will be billed 50 rupees per month by burning. To do this, the team will go door to door to raise awareness. 55 lakh are spent on this.

Under Har Ghar Nal Se Jal Yojana, implemented by the Central Water Commission, work has been going on at high pressure on the water supply for all households since 2019. In this direction, work was carried out in the first phase on providing taps and connections in every house. In the next phase, the construction of water tanks in the villages will be pushed ahead. A tax of Rs 50 is levied on each household for water supply in villages.

According to department officials, Lucknow’s Agricultural Educational Management Institute will also be working with the Hume Pipe Agency, Mumbai, the executive organization that makes water tanks, to alert villagers. Their main job is to make people aware of how to stop water wasting by going door to door. The agency will run awareness campaigns in the 40 villages identified in the initial phase.

Lucknow’s Agricultural Education Management Agency will go to the rural areas and alert villagers not to waste water, turn off open taps and use water as needed. At the same time, the responsibility for the maintenance of the water tanks is taken over by the executing organization for 10 years – Vivek Kumar, JE, Jal Nigam

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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