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Haryana government approves 21 new water supply schemes

Haryana government on Saturday said it has approved 21 new rural water supply schemes and 20 ongoing schemes costing Rs 30.59 crore for augmenting drinking water facilities in various parts of the state.

punjab Updated: Feb 07, 2015 17:24 IST
Manohar-Lal-Khattar-Haryana-chief-minister-HT-Photo
Manohar-Lal-Khattar-Haryana-chief-minister-HT-Photo

Haryana government on Saturday said it has approved 21 new rural water supply schemes and 20 ongoing schemes costing Rs 30.59 crore for augmenting drinking water facilities in various parts of the state.

Approval in this regard was given by chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar, an official spokesman said. He said that under the new schemes water supply would be augmented at a cost of over Rs 8.24 crore in 12 assembly constituencies namely Kalka, Panchkula, Uchana Kalan, Julana, Narwana, Thansar, Nangal Choudhry, Tohana, Fatehabad, Dabwali,
Ellenbad and Kalanwali.

Giving details of the ongoing schemes, he said that water supply would be increased at a cost of over Rs 7.92 crore in
villages of Bhiwani, Fatehabad, Jind, Sirsa and Sonipat.

Under National Rural Drinking Water Programme, over Rs 5.66 crore would be spent for water supply augmentation in
Bhiwani, Jind and Sonipat.

Similarly, over Rs 8.76 crore would be spend under Desert Development Programme for augmenting water supply in areas of Bhiwani, Fatehabad and Sirsa, he said.