Centre’s Cash Faucet For Water Taps Uttar Pradesh

New Delhi, Nov 13 : With last year’s balance and current year’s allocation under the Jal Jeevan Mission clubbed with allocation as Finance Commission grant, all totalling beyond Rs 15,000 crore, it is raining funds from the Centre for Uttar Pradesh to ensure rural households get water tap.New Delhi, Nov 13, 2013 : With the current year’s balance, and the allocation under the Jal Jeevan Mission, together with the allocation as Finance Commission grant of Rs 15,000 crore, it’s raining funds from Centre for Uttar Pradesh in order to ensure rural households have access to water.
The Central funding’s major portion is part of its flagship scheme Jal Jeevan Mission, an ambitious programme to, as per the Ministry’s claim, “translate Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of providing clean tap water to every household and freeing women and girls from the drudgery of fetching water from a distance.”.The major part of the Central funding comes from Jal Jeevan Mission, its flagship scheme.This ambitious program is designed to, according to the Ministry, “translate Prime minister Narendra Modi’s vision of providing clean water to every household, and freeing women from the tedious task of fetching water from far away.”

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The current year’s allocation came after the Union Jal Shakti Ministry targeted to cover a population of 39 lakh in 1,262 villages of 33 districts under the Jal Jeevan Mission for the year 2021-22 taking the total households that will get tap water connections to about 4 lakh rural households.After the Union Jal Shakti Ministry had targeted to cover a population 39 lakh in 1262 villages across 33 districts of the Jal Jeevan Mission, the current year’s allocation was made.

This will bring the total number of households that will have tap water connections to approximately 4 lakh rural households.

“With this year’s Central allocation of Rs 10,870 crore and with an opening balance of Rs 466 crore available with the Uttar Pradesh state government, the state’s matching share of 2021-22 and shortfall in matching state share of previous years, the total assured fund available for the implementation of JJM in Uttar Pradesh is more than Rs 23,500 crore.”With the Central allocation of Rs 10,870 crore for this year and an opening balance of Rs 466 million with the Uttar Pradesh state governments, the state’s matching contribution of 2021-22, and the shortfall in matching state shares of previous years, the total assured funds available for the implementation JJM in Uttar Pradesh exceeds Rs 23,500 crore.Thus, the government of India is ensuring that there is no paucity of funds for the implementation of this transformational mission in the state of Uttar Pradesh,” the Ministry of Jal Shakti said in a release on Friday.According to a Ministry of Jal Shakti, this is how the government of India ensures that funds are available for the execution of the transformational mission in Uttar Pradesh.” A release was issued by the Ministry of Jal Shakti on Friday.

Further, Rs 4,324 crore have been allocated to Uttar Pradesh as 15th Finance Commission tied grant for water & sanitation to Rural Local Bodies/Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) in 2021-22, the release said.The release stated that Rs 4 324 crore has been also allocated to Uttar Pradesh in the 15th Finance Commission tied grant to water & sanitation to Rural Local Bodies/Panchayatiraj Institutions (PRIs), for 2021-22.

Plus, there is assured funding of Rs 22,808 crore tied grant for the next five years i.e., up to 2025-26.There is also a guaranteed funding of Rs 22,808 million tied grant for five years, i.e., 2025-26.“This huge investment in rural areas of Uttar Pradesh will accelerate economic activities and also boost the rural economy.This huge investment in Uttar Pradesh’s rural areas will boost rural economic activity and accelerate economic activity.

It will create income-generating opportunities in villages,” the Ministry said.The Ministry stated that it will provide income-generating opportunities for villages.

The National Jal Jeevan Mission has already released Rs 2,400 crore grant-in-aid to Uttar Pradesh during 2021-22.In 2021-22, the National Jal Jeevan Mission already distributed Rs 2,400 crore grant in-aid to Uttar Pradesh.

In 2019-20, Central government had allocated Rs 1,206 crore to Uttar Pradesh for implementation of Jal Jeevan Mission, which was increased to Rs 2,571 crore in 2020-21.The Central government allocated Rs 1,206 crore to Uttar Pradesh in 2019-20 for the implementation of Jal Jail Mission.

This amount was increased to Rs 2,571 Crore in 2020-21.

Union Minister for Jal Shakti, Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, while approving this four-fold increase in allocation in 2021-22, had assured full assistance to the state for making provision of tap water supply in every rural home by 2024.

Gajendra Singh Shekhawat was the Union Minister for Jal Shikti.He approved this fourfold increase in allocation for 2021-22 and had promised full support to the state in providing tap water supply for every rural household by 2024.

The Jal Jeevan Mission was launched in July 2019 as a campaign for water conversation and security in mission mode by the Ministry of Jal Shakti.The Ministry of Jal Shakti launched the Jal Jeevan Mission in July 2019, as a campaign to promote water conversation and security in mission mode #cash #Faucet #water #taps #Uttar #Pradesh #Delhi

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