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REACHING OUT TO MOST PARCHED AREAS THROUGH NABARD ASSISTANCE AND NCR PLANNING BOARD.
(A) A drinking water augmentation project costing Rs.186.42 crore for 188 rural water supply schemes was approved under NABARD assistance in 2007 for augmenting the drinking water supply to 70 liters per capita per day (lpcd) for the Districts of Bhiwani, Jind, Kaithal, Mahendergarh, Rewari, Rohtak, Jhajjar and Sonipat. This project is in full swing and is likely to be completed in 2011-12.
(B) A drinking water supply project covering eight schemes of District Mahendergarh for providing drinking water supply at 70 lpcd was approved by NABARD at a cost of Rs.14.61 crore in 2009 and is likely to be completed in 2011-12.
(C) A special project for water parched areas of District Mahendergarh costing Rs.127.04 crore was approved on 23-07-2010 with NABARD assistance. Salient features of this unique project are:-
(i) Raw water of 14.79 cusecs will be taken from Narnaul Branch at Lift Station NP-6 and water works will be constructed at Village KirarodAfgan.
(ii) After treating water through rapid sand filteration, treated water will be transported from water works to the main boosting stations through 700 mm sized Ductile Iron Pipes of a length of 9 kilometers (9000 meters).
(iii) From the main boosting station at Nizampur Road, water will be transported to 9 intermediate boosting stations.
(iv) From 9 intermediate boosting stations, water will be carried to 77 subsidiary boosting stations to be constructed in villages with provision of underground water tanks,
(v) Total length of Ductile Iron Pipes to be laid for rising main from water works to main boosting station and main boosting station to intermediate boosting station is 208 kilometers. Ductile Iron Pipes to be laid for distribution system in villages comprises of a length of 80 kilometers.
(vi) Land has already been acquired for the entire project and construction is likely to commence anytime soon.
(vii) This project will assure sustainable drinking water supply to 121000 persons residing in 64 villages and 34 dhanis.
(viii) Most unique feature of the project is that it will supply water to the farthest village namely Bayal Ki Dhani to a total distance of 42 kilometers. Another important feature is that drinking water to this farthest village/dhani shall be provided at a height of 94 meters as compared to the level at the water works through multi-staged pumping.
(D) A drinking water supply augmentation project covering seven schemes of District Fatehabad has been approved by NABARD in 2009 at a cost of Rs.10.67 crore. This project is likely to be completed in 2011-12.
NCR PLANNING BOARD
(A) A project costing Rs.187.18 crore was approved for augmentation of water supply in four towns namely Hodel, Palwal, Rewari and Rohtak and extension of sewerage system in eight towns namely Hodel, Sohna, Palwal, Rewari, Rohtak, Gohana, Panipat and Samalkha. Uptill 30th November, 2010; implementation of water supply projects have enhanced service level to 135 lpcd by providing 30 tubewells, one Canal Based water works, 12 boosting stations and 357 kilometers of distribution pipelines. Similarly, under sewerage projects, status of sewerage system has been improved by laying 162 kilometers sewer lines and work on six sewerage treatment plants is in progress, which is likely to be completed in 2011-12.
(B) A project costing Rs.189.60 crore was approved for improvement of water supply schemes in nine towns namely Rewari, Ganaur, Bahadurgarh, Beri, Kalanaur, Kharkhauda, Meham, Sampla and KosliBhakli and Railway Station area, Koslias also for sewerage schemes in seven towns namely Bahadurgarh, Bawal, Beri, Kalanaur, Meham, Sampla and KosliBhakli and Railway Station area, Kosli. Upto 30th November, 2010; water supply service level has been enhanced to 135 lpcd by providing 30 tubewells, seven Canal Based water works, 20 boosting stations and 349 kilometers of distribution pipelines. Similarly, under sewerage schemes, status of sewerage system has been approved in seven towns by laying 201 kilometers of sewer lines and work on six sewerage treatment plants is in progress, which is likely to be completed in 2011-12.
(C) A project costing Rs.107.79 crore was approved for improvement of water supply schemes in Sohna, Roz KaMeo and Gohana. Upto 30th November, 2010; one Canal Based water works, five boosting stations and 150 kilometers of distribution pipelines have been laid. Works are likely to be completed in 2011-12.