Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the हर घर जल मिशन on 23rd July 2020. Through this mission, the government will try to make all possible efforts to provide tap water connection to every household in our country, mainly concentrating in rural areas, and they aim to complete this mission by 2024.
With the help of this हर घर नल से जल mission, they are trying to bring happiness by providing potable water at the doorstep of such families who walk miles to fetch water. Through this life-changing mission हर घर जल मिशन, they will provide prescribed quality water of 55 lpcd regularly.
Har Ghar Jal Mission
According to the press release, the total outlay for this ‘Har Ghar Jal’ mission will be 3.60 lakh crore of which the central share will be 2.08 lakh, and states will pay Rs. 1.52 lakh crore.
Under this project in Manipur, around 280756 households will cover 25 towns, and 1731 rural habitation of 16 Manipur districts and an estimated value of this project in Manipur will be around 3000 crores.
After delivering some basic amenities service to the people of rural households who are fighting for such services ages like roads, cooking gas, electricity, banking services, and health services now. The PM Modi’s lead government is now committed to yet another mission called ‘Har Ghar Jal’. Through this, they aim to provide a tap connection on the premises of every rural household.
This mission’s aim is not only provide potable water at the doorstep but also aims to focus on implementing sustainability measures such as recharge of groundwater, rainwater harvesting, and reuse it through grey water management.
हर घर जल मिशन
प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी ने आज मणिपुर वाटर सप्लाई प्रोजेक्ट की नींव रखने के साथ हर घर जल मिशन की भी शुरुआत करी। इस मिशन के द्वारा देश के हर ग्रामीण क्षेत्र के एक एक परिवार को उच्चतम गुणवत्ता मानकों पर आधारित पानी उपलब्ध करवाया जायगा इसके लिए सरकार निरंतर काम कर रही है और इस मिशन को वह 2024 तक पूरा करने के लिए प्रतिबद्ध है।
Har Ghar Jal Mission: Overview
|Name of the authority||National Jal Jeevan mission|
|Mission name||Har Ghar Jal |
हर घर नल से जल
|Tagline of mission||Har Ghar Nal se jal by 2024|
|Launched by||PM Narendra Modi|
|Proposed by||Nirmala Sitharaman|
|Total budget allocation||3.60 lakh crore|
|Target to cover people||15 crore|
|Mission to be completed by||2024|
|Quantity per day||55 LPCD|
हर घर नल से जल
The national Jal mission closely monitors the task and is always in contact with every state to make this mission successful by the end of 2024. During the current year, 8050 crore funds have been allocated for this mission. In the first quarter of this year, around 19 lakh tap connections were provided in villages across India, and all these achievements came under the COVID-19 pandemic.
Right now, there are 18.93 crore rural households in our country, out of which only 4.60 crores have tap connections, which is 24.30% and now, through this har Ghar Jal mission, they are going to cover the remaining 14.33 crore households and ensure that all tap connections should be functional.
Main Objective of Har Ghar Nal Se Jal Mission
Some main objective of the Har Ghar Jal mission is:
- To provide good quality potable water to every household not having a tap connection in their premises
- They aim to complete this mission by the end of 2024
- The project is implemented so that people will not face any problems with tap water for the next two decades.
- 55 lpcd water will be supplied to every household regularly
- This mission will surely help women whose daily routine is to fetch water after walking a mile, making their lives easier and healthier.
- Priority under this scheme will be given to those where water scarcity is most, quality affected areas, Sansad Adarsh gram villages, and SC/ST dominated habitations.
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हर घर जल मिशन Related FAQs
What is the main objective of the हर घर जल मिशन?
As the name suggests, it will provide tap water connection to every rural household by the end of 2024.
How many households going to receive the benefits of the Har Ghar Jal mission?
Approx 19 crore households.