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Jal Shakti Abhiyan:Catch the Rain - Officers Pulse
The Ministry of Jal Shakti held a virtual midterm review to assess the progress of the States and Union Territories to providing tap water connection to every rural household of the country by under the Jal Jeevan Mission. According to a press release , Sikkim has around 1. The State was advised to carry out the mandatory chemical testing and bacteriological testing of drinking water sources," the release stated. Jal Jeevan Mission is a project by the Centre to provide safe and adequate drinking tap water connection to every household in the rural areas of the country by at a service level of 55 litres per capita per day. PM Modi has also written to all sarpanches and gram pradhans of the country for more effective implementation of the Jal Jeevan Mission JJM , saying its goal can be fully realised with the help of village community leaders. The programme will also implement source sustainability measures as mandatory elements, such as recharge and reuse through grey-water management, water conservation, rainwater harvesting. The Jal Jeevan Mission will be based on a community approach to water and will include extensive Information, Education and communication as a key component of the mission.
Taking to Twitter, Shekhawat informed about his ministry to the Congress leader, so that he does not "jump from fishes to water. Just thought of letting you know so you don't jump from fishes to water! Interestingly, the Minister's tweet came shortly after the Congress leader took a dive into the sea with fishermen during his visit to Kerala's Kollam on Wednesday.
Jump to navigation. As nearly 50 per cent of India grapples with drought-like conditions, the Union Jal Shakti minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat termed the water shortage facing the country a "media hype". Gajendra Shekhawat was addressing a press conference in New Delhi when he was asked a question about the water scarcity in India. The water crisis is not as bad as the hype created by the media," said the Jal Shakti minister.