Bram Shanker Jimpa visits Nagda water provide scheme of Madhya Pradesh
CHANDIGARH:Punjab Water Provide and Sanitation Minister Bram Shanker Jimpa visited Nagda, a multi-village water provide scheme based mostly on river water in Madhya Pardesh. This scheme is supplying potable water to 22 villages. The aim of this go to was to achieve data in regards to the monetary and technical sustainability of mega tasks in Punjab in order that clear and secure water will be provided to the villages of Punjab, affected by water high quality.
Jimpa was apprised that water is collected by setting up a dam on the Chambal River at Nagda in Madhya Pradesh. After purification and disinfection, potable water is provided to the tanks of twenty-two villages. The involved Gram Panchayats and Water & Sanitation Committees accumulate a month-to-month invoice from shoppers on the charge of Rs. 80 per 30 days per family. Each home in all 22 villages is getting water by way of this scheme.
The particular function of the undertaking is that the committees of all 22 villages have saved about 8 to 10 thousand rupees per 30 days after incurring all of the bills. Throughout the go to, Panches-Sarpanches and different stakeholders of various villages related to this undertaking shared their experiences with Punjab Water Provide and Sanitation Minister. Jimpa was instructed that earlier there was loads of problem in gathering water payments, however as a result of mutual cooperation and knowledge, schooling and communication actions of Madhya Pradesh Jal Nigam and the committees, this downside stands resolved. Now all of the villagers perceive the significance of unpolluted water and paying their payments on time each month.
On this event, Jimpa stated that underneath the dynamic management of Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, the state authorities is operating many profitable canal and river water schemes for offering potable water to each rural family of Punjab. He stated that Punjab is among the main states of the nation the place consuming water is being provided by way of pipes to all the agricultural homes of Punjab.
Later, Jimpa instructed the Punjab delegation to implement the great practices of the Nagda undertaking in ongoing canal tasks in Punjab too. Throughout the go to, Ujjain MLA Dalip Singh Gujjar, Rajesh Dubey, SE Hoshiarpur, Jal Nigam Indore Normal Supervisor Engineer J.P. Ganot and Panch-Sarpanch of native villages had been additionally current.