Swachh Bharat Mission (Grameen) [SBM(G)] Phase-II which is being implemented during the period from 2020-21 to 2024-25
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF JAL SHAKTI
DEPARTMENT OF DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION

LOK SABHA 

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 3657
TO BE ANSWERED ON 24/03/2022

SWACHH BHARAT MISSION

3657. MS. MIMI CHAKRABORTY

Will the Minister of JAL SHAKTI  be pleased to state:

(a) whether it is a fact that the budgetary priority for sanitation saw a decline in 2022-23 (BE) with the Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM)-Rural showing a decrease of twenty eight per cent in allocations compared to 2021-22 (BE) and the allocations for SBM-Urban in 2022-23 (BE) have also not registered any change compared to 2021-22 (BE); and

(b) if so, the present status of SBM along with approval and financial aid for IHHL since 2017 and pendency therefor, State-wise?

SWACHH BHARAT MISSION
ANSWER
MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF JAL SHAKTI 

(SHRI PRAHLAD SINGH PATEL)

(a) Swachh Bharat Mission (Grameen) [SBM(G)] Phase-II which is being implemented during the period from 2020-21 to 2024-25 with the focus to sustain Open Defecation Free (ODF) status and to cover all villages with Solid and Liquid Waste Management, is based on the model of convergence between different funding sources viz. SBM(G) budgetary grants, 15th Finance Commission grants to Rural Local Bodies (RLBs), MGNREGS, etc. Under 15th Finance Commission, 30% of the total grants to RLBs have been earmarked as tied grants for sanitation related activities. Accordingly, during 2021-22, tied grants allocation for sanitation was Rs.13470.30 crore and during 2022-23 it is Rs.13,953.90 crore. SBM(G) is a demand driven scheme. The allocation for SBM(G) during 2021-22 in Budget Estimates (BE) was Rs.9994.10 crore which was reduced to Rs.6000 crore at Revised Estimates (RE) stage considering the States demands. SBM(G) allocation in BE 2022-23 is Rs.7,192 crore which is about 20% higher than the allocation under RE 2021-22. For Swachh Bharat Mission (Urban) [SBM(U)], the allocation in BE 2021-22 was Rs.2300 crore which was reduced to Rs.2000 crore at RE stage. SBM(U) allocation during 2022-23 is Rs.2300 crore which is 15% higher than the allocation under RE 2021-22.

(b) Under SBM(G), as per the data reported by the States/UTs on the online Integrated Management Information System (IMIS), 10.93 crore IHHLs have so far been constructed in the country. State/UT-wise details of IHHLs constructed and the financial incentive (Central share) provided are given at Annexure-1. 1.95 lakh Community Sanitary Complexes (CSCs) have also been constructed under the programme. State/UT-wise details are given at Annexure-2. All the villages, gram panchayats, and districts in the country have already declared themselves ODF. 53,948 villages have been covered with Solid Waste Management and 28,603 villages have been covered with Liquid Waste Management. State/UT-wise details are given at Annexure-3.

Under SBM(U), 62.65 lakh IHHLs have been constructed so far. State/UT-wise details and the financial aid for the same are given at Annexure-4. 6.21 lakh Community & Public Toilets seats have also been constructed under the programme. State/UT-wise details are given at Annexure-5. For the Municipal Solid Waste Management, 100% door to door collection is being done in 87,095 wards out of total 89,650 wards and waste processing achieved is 72% of total waste generated. State/UT-wise details are given at Annexure-6.

State/UT-wise number of IHHLs constructed under SBM (G) since 02.10.2014 and the financial incentive (Central Share) provided

Sl.

No.

State/UT

IHHLs

constructed (Nos.)

Financial incentive (Rs. in Crore)

IHHLs of which financial progress pending

(Nos.)

1

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

22,436

22.22

1

2

Andhra Pradesh

42,72,728

2472.44

133

3

Arunachal Pradesh

1,45,352

150.09

150

4

Assam

40,21,374

4027.33

67,921

5

Bihar

1,21,27,212

5632.86

3,341

6

Chhattisgarh

33,94,517

1557.98

6,758

7

Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman & Diu

22,055

19.80

164

8

Goa

28,637

20.60

0

9

Gujarat

42,06,492

2366.32

18,718

10

Haryana

6,89,956

117.31

938

11

Himachal Pradesh

1,95,681

162.58

4,123

12

Jammu & Kashmir

12,65,355

666.40

2,63,246

13

Jharkhand

41,35,863

2533.33

34,546

14

Karnataka

46,36,604

2751.94

1,012

15

Kerala

2,40,027

156.49

2

16

Ladakh

17,710

14.88

65

17

Lakshadweep

0

0.00

0

18

Madhya Pradesh

72,13,620

4140.31

10,404

19

Maharashtra

68,23,283

3936.50

13,274

20

Manipur

2,68,348

272.67

92

21

Meghalaya

2,74,769

255.33

1,547

22

Mizoram

46,075

48.83

0

23

Nagaland

1,44,126

145.37

5

24

Odisha

70,98,181

4867.51

12,779

25

Puducherry

29,628

35.49

0

26

Punjab

5,13,566

310.86

640

27

Rajasthan

81,38,091

4419.85

33,317

28

Sikkim

11,796

10.43

2

29

Tamil Nadu

55,17,993

2828.48

3,058

30

Telangana

31,01,873

1388.55

255

31

Tripura

4,42,659

323.83

3,293

32

Uttar Pradesh

2,22,79,876

14791.02

10,964

33

Uttarakhand

5,25,761

516.63

9,032

34

West Bengal

74,83,020

4265.60

6,308

TOTAL

10,93,34,664

65229.83

5,06,088


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