Now, there will be no water shortage in these villages of India, World Bank and AIIB will help 2,190 crore rupees

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With the help of the World Bank and (AIIB), it is hoped that the water problem of the villages of Punjab will be eradicated soon and every household will be able to get clean drinking water.

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The government is working vigorously on the plan to provide water to every household so that water problems in the country can be found in every household. The effect of this scheme is also being seen in many villages of the country. But there are still some villages in the country where the results of drinking water have not been completely successful. To overcome this, the Punjab government has taken a big step. In fact, in Punjab now the supply of drinking water can be ensured to the villages. For this, World Bank and Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) have approved assistance of $ 300 million (about Rs. 2,190 crore). With this amount, drinking water projects based on canal water will be run.

According to the statement of the Punjab government, the aim of the project is to ensure supply of quality drinking water and to reduce water loss in Amritsar and Ludhiana. With the help of World Bank and Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, it is expected that the water problem of the villages of Punjab will be eradicated soon. To make this plan a success, the Punjab government has also prepared a blueprint.

The allocation of funds will be like this

According to an official spokesperson of the Punjab government, the entire project will be funded by the World Bank Affiliates International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and the Punjab government. In this, IBRD will provide 10.5 crores, AIIB $ 105 million and the Punjab government will provide $ 9 million.

This is how the plan will be completed

According to the spokesperson, the source of water supply in the Amritsar project is the Bari Doaba Canal above. And a plant to filter 44 million liters of raw water per day will be constructed in the village of Vallah in the district. After filtering the raw water, it will be supplied in tanks installed at ‘height’. There, he will be given continuous water supply to the residents of the city. Similarly, the source of water supply in the Ludhiana project will be the Sirhind Canal. For this, a plant of 85 million liters of water purification capacity will be set up daily. After purifying the water, it will be put in the OHSR. From there, it will be supplied to homes.

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