The Ministry of Central Jal Shakti has reviewed the work under the Jal Jeevan movement in TamilNadu.
The Ministry of Central Jal Shakti is conducting an interim review of the implementation of the Jal Jeevan Movement, the central government’s primary program in all states and union territories.
Accordingly, in a study by the visual acuity, officials of the National Jal Jeevan Movement previously stated that Tamil Nadu officials were implementing projects under the Jal Jeevan movement and taking their current position.
The Government of Tamil Nadu plans to provide 100 percent of all homes in villages by 2022-23 with drinking water.
The state has an average of 126.89 lakh rural apartments. Of these, 98.96 lakhs are not provided with drinking water.
The Government of Tamil Nadu plans to provide drinking water to 33.94 lakh households by 2020-21. At the mouth of this interim study, there has been a need to investigate the old plan of providing drinking water to 1576 villages that have not yet provided links.
The Government of Tamil Nadu plans to provide safe drinking water by December, which will reach 1.18 lakhs of the 236 settlements affected by groundwater fluoride. There are 22.57 lakhs of settlements in Tamil Nadu, with the spread of infections such as Acute Encephalitis Syndrome and Japanese Encephalitis.
4.07 million households have only access to drinking water. The Jal Shakti Ministry has asked the Government of Tamil Nadu to focus on the villages under the Sansad Adarsh village of Yojana, the tribes and the most tribal villages.
The central government allocated Rs.921.99 crore to Tamil Nadu in 2020-21 under the Jal Jeevan movement. Rs.264.09 crore funds already allocated to the state remain unpaid. Therefore, the federal government has advised the authorities to quickly implement the plan with the funds already allocated and not to lose further funding from the federal government.
Panjayat Raj systems have spent 50 percent of their funding on drinking water and sanitation. Rs.3,607 crore has been allocated to Tamil Nadu as a Finance Commission fund in 2020-21. It is mandatory to spend 50 percent of its funds on drinking water and sanitation. The Government of Tamil Nadu is fully funded by the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Work Guarantee Program, Rural Cleanliness India Project, District Mineral Development Fund, Compensation Forestry Fund Management and Planning Commission, Corporate Social Fund, Local Development Fund to ensure proper utilization of funds. implementation.
Steps must be taken to ensure the supply of drinking water by piping in schools and Anganwadi centers as part of a special hundred-day movement launched on October 2.