Sardarpur: Drinking water scheme for 79 villages gets approval

Sardarpur, Badnawar tehsil villages of Dhar dist to benefit

FP News ServiceUpdated: Tuesday, June 28, 2022, 10:28 PM IST
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Sardarpur (Madhya Pradesh): As many as 29,000 villagers residing in 39 villages of Sardarpur tehsil and 40 villages of Badnawar tehsil in Dhar district are set to get the benefit of the drinking water scheme as Rajod group drinking water supply scheme has got a nod from the administration.

The scheme is one of the biggest schemes under the Mahi dam Labaria of Sardarpur tehsil and its estimated cost is Rs 84.41 crore. A total of 28,8,80 water connections in 79 villages in the will be provided under the above scheme for which an intake well with a capacity 15.09 MLD in Gondikheda Charan village and a water treatment plant with a capacity 12.51 MLD is under construction in village Labaria.

The construction work was inspected by SDM Rahul Chauhan and PHE executive engineer Radheshyam Chauhan on Monday.

SDM Chouhan gave instructions to the water department officials, contractor's engineers and representatives regarding the repair work of the pipeline before the rainy season.

During this inspection, PHE SDO Naval Singh Bhuria, Naib Tehsildar Ravi Sharma, and Engineer Jalnigam Manish Kulhare were present.

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