Water, civic, hamirpur News – 103 villages will be supplied with water by the end of this year

JCB is laying pipeline in Patyora village.
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Hamirpur. The water treatment plant, which is being built for Rs 336.98 crore in the Yamuna River in Patyora Village in the Sumerpur Block, is expected to be ready by the end of this year. With the commissioning, 103 villages with drinking water stress in two blocks, Sumerpur and Maudaha, will be supplied with fresh and pure water. The work organization JWIL (Jindal) has accelerated the work. To date, around 35 km of pipeline-laying work has been completed.
As part of the Indian government’s Namami Gange mission to supply water from every household tap, a water treatment plant for 336.98 billion rupees is being built on the Yamuna River in the village of Patyora. 57 villages in the Sumerpur block and 57 villages in the Maudaha block benefit from this. The construction work starts. The inlet will be built at the confluence of the Patyora Yamuna and Betwa rivers. At the same time, a sewage treatment plant is also being built to filter the river water. An overhead tank is built at Patora. Two to three villages are to be connected to this. A total of 46 overhead tanks are to be built. This will supply 103 villages with water. The work organization has started work. In which around 35 km of pipeline laying work has been completed so far.
306 km of risers are to be laid. A small ring line will be laid from this main route within the villages. Sadar MLA Yuvraj Singh said that by building a water treatment plant to be treated by the Namami Gange Mission, fresh water will be available to many people. Said that there are many such villages in both blocks. Where the villagers have to look for water all year round. This Prime Minister’s plan to provide water from every household tap is nothing less than a blessing to the people.
Four lakh population will benefit
About four lakh residents of both blocks will benefit from the Patyora water system, which is being built as part of the Namami Gange Mission. In most of the villages in these blocks there is a great struggle for drinking water. Half a day goes by preparing water for people. People have to risk their lives for water. Against this background, the Indian government operated the water treatment plant program as part of the Namami Gange mission.
The Patyora water treatment plant will be ready by December 2021. This means that a total of 103 villages have fresh water available. In which 46 overhead tanks are produced. He said work on laying approximately 35 km of pipeline at this facility, which costs 336 crores, has been completed. At the same time, the construction work for removal and WTP on the Sangam Bank is proceeding at a rapid pace. Rajesh Kumar Yadav, ADM, Namami Gange Mission

Hamirpur. The water treatment plant, which is being built for Rs 336.98 crore in the Yamuna River in Patyora Village in the Sumerpur Block, is expected to be ready by the end of this year. With the commissioning, 103 villages with drinking water stress in two blocks, Sumerpur and Maudaha, will be supplied with fresh and pure water. The work organization JWIL (Jindal) has accelerated the work. To date, around 35 km of pipeline-laying work has been completed.

As part of the Indian government’s Namami Gange mission to supply water from every household tap, a water treatment plant for 336.98 billion is being built on the Yamuna River in the village of Patyora. 57 villages in the Sumerpur block and 57 villages in the Maudaha block are benefiting from this. The construction work starts. The inlet will be built at the confluence of the Patyora Yamuna and Betwa rivers. At the same time, a sewage treatment plant is also being built to filter the river water. An overhead tank is built at Patora. Two to three villages are to be connected to this. A total of 46 overhead tanks are to be built. This will supply 103 villages with water. The work organization has started work. In which around 35 km of pipeline laying work has been completed so far.

306 km of risers are to be laid. A small ring line will be laid from this main route within the villages. Sadar MLA Yuvraj Singh said that by building a water treatment plant to be treated by the Namami Gange Mission, fresh water will be available to many people. Said that there are many such villages in both blocks. Where the villagers have to look for water all year round. This Prime Minister’s plan to provide water from every household tap is nothing less than a blessing to the people.

Four lakh population will benefit

About four lakh residents of both blocks will benefit from the Patyora water system, which is being built as part of the Namami Gange Mission. In most of the villages in these blocks there is a great struggle for drinking water. Half a day goes by preparing water for people. People have to risk their lives for water. Against this background, the Indian government operated the water treatment plant program as part of the Namami Gange mission.

The Patyora water treatment plant will be ready by December 2021. This means that a total of 103 villages have fresh water available. In which 46 overhead tanks are produced. He said work on laying approximately 35 km of pipeline at this facility, which costs 336 crores, has been completed. At the same time, the construction work for removal and WTP on the Sangam Bank is proceeding at a rapid pace. Rajesh Kumar Yadav, ADM, Namami Gange Mission

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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