PM Modi will lay the foundation stone of drinking water projects of Mirzapur and Sonbhadra today

PM Modi will lay the foundation stone of drinking water projects of Mirzapur and Sonbhadra today

New Delhi / Lucknow: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone for 23 rural pipe drinking water projects of Mirzapur and Sonbhadra in Uttar Pradesh through video conferencing on November 22 and will join Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath Sonbhadra in the event. According to official sources, the plans to be laid by Prime Minister Modi include 09 rural drinking water schemes in Mirzapur district and 14 rural Sonebhadra districts.

These schemes are being implemented under the 'Jal Jeevan Mission' announced by the Prime Minister. He informed that availability of drinking water in Bundelkhand region and Vindhya region has been a challenging task. The Chief Minister decided to provide clean drinking water to all households through pipe drinking water schemes in rural areas. Under this, a scheme was launched to benefit 41,41,438 population of the remaining 2,995 villages of Vindhya region through pipe drinking water schemes. 

Pure drinking water will be provided to 19,53,458 population of 1,389 revenue villages through 14 rural piped drinking water schemes in Sonbhadra. The total cost of these projects is Rs 3,212 crore. Under this, 2,08,564 population of 37 villages, 3,43,406 population of 166 villages of Jhelo Village group and 15,394 population of 03 villages under Bijpur Village Group Pipe Drinking Water Scheme will be made available under Parasi Village Group Pipe Drinking Water Scheme. Under Amwar Village Group Pipe Drinking Water Scheme, piped drinking water will be provided to 1,30,319 population of 65 villages. 

Under Gurmura Village Group Pipe Drinking Water Scheme, 61,405 population of 09 villages, 44,452 population of 06 villages will be provided piped drinking water under Panari Village Group Pipe Drinking Water Scheme. The Nagwa Village Group Pipe Drinking Water Scheme will provide piped drinking water to 41,413 population of 46 villages and 74,423 population of 88 villages under Tenduahi Village Group Pipe Drinking Water Scheme. The Belahi Village Group Pipe Drinking Water Scheme will provide drinking water to 1,59,700 population of 233 villages. Piped drinking water will be made available to 96,064 population of 44 villages of Harar village group pipe drinking water scheme, 11,282 population of 06 villages of Kadra village group pipe drinking water scheme and 27,617 population of 12 villages of Newari village group pipe drinking water scheme. 

Kewatha Village Group Pipe Drinking Water Scheme will provide pipe drinking water facility to 50,167 population of 13 villages. Drinking water will be provided to 6,89,252 population of 661 villages of Patwadh Village Group Pipe Drinking Water Scheme. Similarly, in Mirzapur district, pure drinking water will be provided to 21,87,980 population of 1,606 revenue villages through 09 rural piped drinking water schemes. The total cost of these projects is Rs. 2,343 crore. Under the project, 2,01,878 population of 138 villages will be provided under Gothaura Village Group Pipe Drinking Water Scheme, 2,91,133 population of 226 villages will be provided drinking water under Dhauha Village Group Pipe Drinking Water Scheme. 

Drinking water will be provided for 2,46,692 population of 249 villages under Mahadev Village Group Pipe Drinking Water Scheme. Under Ahungi Kalan Village Group Pipe Drinking Water Scheme, drinking water will be made available to 2,11,106 population of 149 villages. Drinking water will be provided to 1,55,988 population of 124 villages under the Leduki Village Group Pipe Drinking Water Scheme. Under Talar Village Group Pipe Drinking Water Scheme, 1,32,511 population of 84 villages will get drinking water. 

Under Manikpur Village Group Pipe Drinking Water Scheme, drinking water will be provided to 63,476 population in 63 villages. Drinking water will be provided to 5,32,763 population of 306 villages and 3,49,433 population of 267 villages under Danti Gram Group Pipe Drinking Water Scheme and 42 ground water based schemes under Mahuari Village Group Pipe Drinking Water Scheme and 98 ground water based schemes. 


19 more patients die from corona in Uttar Pradesh, 2,044 new cases

19 more patients die from corona in Uttar Pradesh, 2,044 new cases

Lucknow. In the last 24 hours in Uttar Pradesh , 19 more patients died due to covid- 19, which together has resulted in the death of a total of 7,761 people due to this epidemic in the state. At the same time, after the arrival of 2,044 new cases during this period, a total of 5,43,888 people have been confirmed to be infected with the corona virus so far. According to the Bulletin issued by the Health Department on Monday, out of the 19 deaths in the last 24 hours, the maximum four have occurred in Lucknow while 296 new cases have been reported in the district.


> Apart from Lucknow, 174 have been reported in Meerut, 168 in Ghaziabad, 123 in Varanasi, Kanpur 106 and 100 new cases in Gautam Budh Nagar. According to the bulletin, 2,472 patients have been cured in the last 24 hours, thus, 5,12,028 patients have become healthy in the state so far. According to the department, at present, the number of under-treated patients in the state is 24,099. According to the bulletin, in the last 24 hours, covid-19 of one lakh 52 thousand samples were tested.


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