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To tie. As part of the Swachh Bharat Mission (Rural) Phase-2, 28,974 individual toilets will be built in the current 2021-22 financial year in Chitrakootdham Mandal, which has been declared ODF (Open Defecation Free). A list of people without toilets is created. The government has issued a new target for individual toilets at the district level.
A maximum of 10,723 individual toilets will be built in the Banda district. About six and a half lakh individual toilets were built in six and a half years. The government commissioned Panchayat Raj district officials to compile the list of newly formed eligible families shortly after characters were selected to build individual toilets. Your online feeding should be done within a week. If the toilet goal is not required in any Gramm Panchayat, obtain a certificate in the prescribed format from the Head and Secretary of the Gramm Panchayat concerned. No hesitation is tolerated in this work. About six and a half lakh individual toilets were built in the four districts of Chitrakootdham Division.
The Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin) was launched on October 2nd, 2014. In six and a half years, 2.22 lakh individual toilets were built in the Banda district as part of the mission. Likewise, 1.55 lakh individual toilets were built in Chitrakoot, 1.35 lakh in Mahoba and 1.60 lakh in Hamirpur. The mandal was declared Open Defecation Free (ODF) in 2019-20 after 100% toilets were built. However, this is just paperwork. The reality is something else. Even after having toilets indoors, bowel movements continue outdoors.
Destination of the individual toilets in Mandal —
Target 10,723 in Banda district, 5,787 in Chitrakoot, 5,375 in Mahoba, 7,089 in Hamirpur.
New families formed after the division
District Advisor Nagendra Singh says new families are started every year as new settlements are formed and families are divided. In order to provide such families with individual toilets, the government set a new target for toilets as part of Phase II of the Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin). After characters are selected, their names are entered on the government website.
Guide to choosing and feeding characters
A goal for each development block was set. All Assistant Development Officers (Panchayats) have been instructed to select the characters and enter their names on the government website so that the budget can be obtained based on the characters.
Sarvesh Kumar, Panchayat Raj District Officer Banda

To tie. As part of the Swachh Bharat Mission (Rural) Phase II, 28,974 individual toilets will be built in Chitrakootdham Mandal, which has been declared as ODF (Open Defecation Free), in the current financial year 2021-22. A list of people without toilets is created. The government has issued a new target for individual toilets at the district level.

A maximum of 10,723 individual toilets will be built in the Banda district. About six and a half lakh individual toilets were built in six and a half years. The government commissioned Panchayat Raj district officials to compile the list of newly formed eligible families shortly after characters were selected to build individual toilets. Your online feeding should be done within a week. If the toilet goal is not required in any Gramm Panchayat, obtain a certificate in the prescribed format from the Head and Secretary of the Gramm Panchayat concerned. No hesitation is tolerated in this work. About six and a half lakh individual toilets were built in the four districts of Chitrakootdham Division.

The Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin) was launched on October 2nd, 2014. In six and a half years, 2.22 lakh individual toilets were built in the Banda district as part of the mission. Likewise, 1.55 lakh individual toilets were built in Chitrakoot, 1.35 lakh in Mahoba and 1.60 lakh in Hamirpur. The mandal was declared Open Defecation Free (ODF) in 2019-20 after 100% toilets were built. However, this is just paperwork. The reality is something else. Although there are toilets in the house, people continue to defecate outdoors

Destination of the individual toilets in Mandal —

Target 10,723 in Banda district, 5,787 in Chitrakoot, 5,375 in Mahoba, 7,089 in Hamirpur.

New families formed after the division

District Advisor Nagendra Singh says new families are started every year as new settlements are formed and families are divided. In order to provide such families with individual toilets, the government set a new target for toilets as part of Phase II of the Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin). After characters are selected, their names are entered on the government website.

Guide to choosing and feeding characters

A goal for each development block was set. All Assistant Development Officers (Panchayats) have been instructed to select the characters and enter their names on the government website so that the budget can be obtained based on the characters.

Sarvesh Kumar, Panchayat Raj District Officer Banda

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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