Rs 53.90 crore is spent on the cleanliness of rural areas

Firozabad Rs 53.90 crore will be spent on cleanliness of rural areas as part of the Swachh Bharat Mission Phase-II. With this amount, 4729 private toilets and ponds will be built to raise the water level. One and a half lakh sock pits are also being built. The survey report of 314 villages in the district was sent to the government. As part of the Govardhan Yojana, three plants for the disposal of plastic waste and one plant for the disposal of cow dung are being built in rural areas.
With the completion of the work of the Swachh Bharat Mission Phase I, the remaining amount was returned to the rural area. At the same time, the Panchayati Raj department has drawn up an action plan as part of the Swachh Bharat Mission Phase II. The program identified 314 villages in the district.
It has 61 villages with more than five thousand inhabitants and 253 villages with less than five thousand inhabitants. The villagers in these villages will benefit from the program. Private toilets are being built in 4729 houses in these villages. 526-526 toilets will be built in the Hathwant, Firozabad, Shikohabad and Madanpur blocks and 525-525 toilets in the remaining blocks.
At the same time, the facility is being built in the rural zone for the disposal of cow dung under the Govardhan program for Rs 50 lakhs. One and a half lakh sock pits are installed in rural areas to raise the water level. As part of the Swachh Bharat Mission Phase II, the renovation of ponds in rural areas is carried out together with the water filling. The Panchayati Raj department attached particular importance to raising the water level in the program.
In Phase II of the Swachh Bharat Mission, efforts are being made to raise the water level and remove cow dung and plastic waste. A system is being built for this. Other work is done with private toilets.
Neeraj Sinha, District Panchayat Raj Officer, Firozabad

Firozabad Rs 53.90 crore will be spent on cleanliness of rural areas as part of the Swachh Bharat Mission Phase-II. With this amount, 4729 private toilets and ponds will be built to raise the water level. One and a half lakh sock pits are also being built. The survey report of 314 villages in the district was sent to the government. As part of the Govardhan Yojana, three plants for the disposal of plastic waste and one plant for the disposal of cow dung are being built in rural areas.

With the completion of the work of the Swachh Bharat Mission Phase I, the remaining amount was returned to the rural area. At the same time, the Panchayati Raj department has drawn up an action plan as part of the Swachh Bharat Mission Phase II. The program identified 314 villages in the district.

There are 61 villages with more than five thousand inhabitants and 253 villages with less than five thousand inhabitants. The villagers in these villages will benefit from the program. Private toilets are being built in 4729 houses in these villages. 526-526 toilets will be built in the Hathwant, Firozabad, Shikohabad and Madanpur blocks and 525-525 toilets in the remaining blocks.

At the same time, the facility will be built under the Govardhan Yojana at a cost of Rs 50 lakh for the disposal of cow dung in rural areas. One and a half lakh sock pits are being installed in rural areas to raise the water level. As part of the Swachh Bharat Mission Phase II, the renovation of ponds in rural areas is carried out together with the water filling. The Panchayati Raj department attached particular importance to raising the water level as part of the program.

In Phase II of the Swachh Bharat Mission, efforts are being made to raise the water level and remove cow dung and plastic waste. A system is being built for this. Other work is done with private toilets.

Neeraj Sinha, District Panchayat Raj Officer, Firozabad

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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