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Jal Jeevan Survey 2022-23: Ambala, Rohtak and Faridabad declared leaders in coverage of 100% tap connections

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Chief Secretary Sanjeev Kaushal

Chief Secretary Sanjeev Kaushal


The Chief Secretary of said that as part of the Jal Jeevan Survekshan 2022-23 released today by the Government of India, three districts of , Ambala, Rohtak and Faridabad have been declared leaders in 100 percent line port coverage. Ambala District secured first place, Rohtak secured second place and Faridabad secured third place.

The Principal Secretary chaired the meeting of the Administrative Secretaries Committee to consider projects worth more than Rs 100 crore. At the meeting, 10 departments were allocated, including Technical Education, Electricity, Public Health Engineering, Civil Aviation, Public Works (Buildings and Roads), Architecture, Health and Family Welfare, Medical Education and Research, Irrigation and Water Resources, Cooperative and Home Affairs Rs 100 crore each No fewer than 54 projects were discussed. The total cost of these 54 projects is about 16,000 rupees.

Chief Secretary said that speedy completion of major projects is one of Chief Minister Manohar Lal’s priorities. The administrative secretary should ensure that the work of these charitable projects is completed in a timely manner, taking into account prescribed milestones.

While providing information on the completed major projects worth more than Rs 100 crore at the session, it was informed that under the Smart City project, the existing 11KV substations in sectors 14, 17, 30, 31 , 32, 40, Jharsa and DLF lies division in Gurugram The feeder line renovation works have been completed at a cost of Rs 255.8 crore. Also the 6 lane widening of Karnal Meerut Road, NH 709A at a cost of Rs 151.57 billion 105.92 crore Construction of 576 multi-storey houses has been completed.

The meeting was informed that in order to ensure drinking water supply in 80 villages of Jhirka and Nagina Block, works are being carried out at a cost of Rs 210.9 crore to increase water supply. Not only that, the water supply system to be implemented in Bhalkhi, Mahendragarh at a cost of Rs 114.7 crore is nearing completion. The Secretary-General instructed officials to speed up work on the ongoing projects and eliminate any problems in the works at the earliest. He said that delays in projects will not be tolerated under any circumstances.

Kaushal said node officers play a critical role in the success of any project and should work hard to complete their work before the deadline. He said that any project can be completed more quickly through mutual coordination, so if there is more than one node officer in a department, they should work in a coordinated manner. He also instructed officials to prepare and send reports within the prescribed timeframe to strengthen interdepartmental coordination and ensure timely completion of important projects.

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