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Goverment Safe Drinking Water Scheme

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA 
MINISTRY OF DRINKING WATER & SANITATION 

LOK SABHA
 UNSTARRED QUESTION NO.3856 
TO BE ANSWERED ON 03.01.2019 

Details regarding Drinking Water Schemes 

3856. SHRI RAMESWAR TELI: 

Will the Minister of DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION be pleased to state: 
  • (a) the details of the schemes/projects to provide safe drinking water to the rural population in the country; 
  • (b) the funds allocated/being allocated during the last three years and the current year, State-wise; 
  • (c) the mechanisms that are in place to ensure proper and speedy implementation of schemes; 
  • (d) whether any time limit has been fixed by which all the rural households will be provided safe drinking water; and 
  • (e) if so, the details thereof?
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ANSWER
MINISTER OF STATE FOR DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION (SHRI RAMESH CHANDAPPA JIGAJINAGI) 

(a) Rural drinking water supply is a state subject. However, this Ministry througha Centrally Sponsored Scheme National Rural Drinking Water Programme (NRDWP) provides technical and financial assistance to States for improving coverage of safe drinking water in rural areas.Within this Programme, there are 3 focused sub-programmes also namely (i) Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Project [for Low Income States i.e. Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh] (ii) National Water Quality Submission (NWQSM) [for Arsenic & Fluoride affected habitations] and (iii) Swajal[community demand driven programme of preferably solar powered single village piped water supply schemes. Aspirational districts identified by NITI (National Institution for Transforming India) Aayog to help in increasing the outreach of drinking water in underserved rural areas]. 

(b) State-wise details of fund allocated and released during the last three years and the current year is at Annexure. 

(c) It is for the States to ensure planning, designing, implementing and executing drinking water supply schemes effectively and in speedy manner in rural areas. However, this Ministry through ‘Integrated Management Information System (IMIS)monitorsthe physical and financial progress of the schemes under NRDWP.Besides, NRDWP is reviewed through National level workshops / meetings for effective monitoring and execution. 

(d) & (e)Rural Water Supply is a State subject. While providing assistance by the Ministry through NRDWP, thrust is on providing safe drinking water to all rural population with piped water supply at the earliest.                                                                                                                             Annexure 
(Amount in Rs. Crore)
Annexure referred to in reply to part (b) of Lok Sabha Unstarred Q. No- 3856 due for reply on 03.01.2019
F Y
2015-16
2016-17
2017-18
2018-19
S.No.
State
Allocation Release Allocation Release Allocation Release Allocation
Release as on 31.12.2018
1
ANDAMAN & NICOBAR 0.38 0.16 0.45 0.22 0.43
0
0.62 0.31
2
ANDHRA PRADESH 156.69 170.05 181.02 204 159.51 233.09 197.56 139.01
3
ARUNACHAL PRADESH 58.08 65.4 82.89 92.84 77.51 63.08 96.95 90.89
4
ASSAM 261.34 277.58 401.43 348.06 524.1 474.8 567.89 202.01
5
BIHAR 227.65 202.73 314.79 373.81 394.53 355.6 476.63 234.84
6
CHHATTISGARH 63.69 60.83 70.65 84.28 64.33 49.84 95.47 48.19
7
GOA 2.08 1.66 2.44 1.19 2.32
0
3.34 1.67
8
GUJARAT 230.68 229.46 281.14 278.5 231.62 290.86 237.09 222.27
9
HARYANA 97.65 122.65 114.53 111.53 118.95 88.82 81.88 76.76
10
HIMACHAL PRADESH 59.58 58.77 69.65 83.31 66.02 101.85 91.12 85.43
11
JAMMU & KASHMIR 199.4 192.12 232.88 225.14 222.26 325.33 309.07 154.53
12
JHARKHAND 126.85 132.09 115.86 131.74 172.68 209.09 207.97 66.48
13
KARNATAKA 307.62 278.08 360.07 343.72 290.86 365.81 331.04 174.87
14
KERALA 52.78 48.05 62.54 75.22 56.88 95.16 90.37 84.86
15
MADHYA PRADESH 181.76 193.73 213.87 232.26 195.67 135.51 274.09 243.62
16
MAHARASHTRA 344.16 330.88 413.57 404.45 338.13 282.47 474.16 239.06
17
MANIPUR 28.98 27.92 40.6 39.38 32.2 66.25 40.25 37.73
18
MEGHALAYA 30.52 31.24 42.02 40.42 41.86 85.91 52.43 49.15
19
MIZORAM 17.71 17.32 25.33 24.49 22.4 46.1
28
26.25
20
NAGALAND 35.27 34.53 37.93 36.84 27.66 17.88 34.72 17.36
21
ODISHA 96.9 103.19 114.99 134.96 102.69 83.59 154.99 77.5
22
PUDUCHERRY 0.74
0
0.86 0.29 0.82
0
1.29
0
23
PUNJAB 39.77 42.79 46.02 51.89 115.25 173.29 125.97 73.51
24
RAJASTHAN 547.17 526.75 1,114.55 1,072.92 891.95 714.24 692.13 655.41
25
SIKKIM 10.64 12.05 14.77 19.42
9.3
17.51 11.62 10.89
26
TAMIL NADU 135.46 150.35 155.29 174.68 121.61 185.1 180.99 123.41
27
TELANGANA 88.77 97.71 117.03 133.09 775.01 843.56 131.4 123.18
28
TRIPURA 28.07 31.68 39.48 43.73 32.26 83.93 55.18 37.93
29
UTTAR PRADESH 454.93 490.31 628.08 621.95 539.09 472.52 713.95 625.27
30
UTTARAKHAND 63.57 60.06 74.55 71.86 68.42 110.28 99.17 49.58
31
WEST BENGAL 199.78 216.85 417.68 418.97 810.48 996.68 917.82 788.29
Total
4,148.67 4,206.99 5,786.96 5,875.16 6,506.80 6,968.15 6,775.16 4,760.26
Note: Allocation figures stated above excludes incentive funds provided to States, fund earmarked for National Water Quality Submission (NWQSM) but not yet allocated.
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