the Haryana government has sanctioned Rs 8.88 crore for 21 sewerage and water supply schemes for the villages and towns in the district of Fatehabad. Also in the pipeline are six more schemes at an estimated cost of Rs 59.08 lakh.
This was disclosed by the state finance minister Sampat Singh who was on a two-day tour to lay the foundation stones for new waterwork schemes at Dhani Dhaka, Hamjapur, Raipur, Chandrawal and Dhani Salemkhera villages. He said that once the projects were completed, water connections would be provided to all the village people.
The minister said that the government had set a target of providing70 litre per capita drinking water inthe state. Besides, the existing waterdistribution systems were being augmented, new pipelines being laid and boosting stations installed where necessary.
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