J&K administration to upgrade drinking water infra in Anantnag
 J&K administration to upgrade drinking water infra in Anantnag
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J&K administration to upgrade drinking water infra in Anantnag

The Jammu and Kashmir administration is upgrading the infrastructure in South Kashmir’s Anantnag district to supply clean and fresh drinking water to the residents under the central government’s National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) scheme.

The largest water reservoir tank and borewell in South Kashmir are being built at Rs 744 lakh to resolve the issues faced by Brenti Bat Pora and nearby villages. It is expected to be operational within one month.

A resident told the media that the villagers have been facing issues related to the unavailability of clean drinking water since 1975.

Assistant Executive Engineer of PHE Anantnag, Zameer Ahmad Raina, told the media that the entire cost of this Water Supply Scheme Brenti Bat Pora is about Rs 744.50 lakh. The village includes about six to eight habitations, and a total of 860 households and a population of 7,000 to 9,000 people will be benefited from this scheme. The project is about 98% finished, and the pipe network is also 75% finished. The water-related issues are expected to be resolved within 15 to 30 days.

The residents of the area expressed contentment and expected that their problems would end soon.

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Also read: Govt launches AMRUT to develop infrastructure in water sectors

The Jammu and Kashmir administration is upgrading the infrastructure in South Kashmir’s Anantnag district to supply clean and fresh drinking water to the residents under the central government’s National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) scheme. The largest water reservoir tank and borewell in South Kashmir are being built at Rs 744 lakh to resolve the issues faced by Brenti Bat Pora and nearby villages. It is expected to be operational within one month. A resident told the media that the villagers have been facing issues related to the unavailability of clean drinking water since 1975. Assistant Executive Engineer of PHE Anantnag, Zameer Ahmad Raina, told the media that the entire cost of this Water Supply Scheme Brenti Bat Pora is about Rs 744.50 lakh. The village includes about six to eight habitations, and a total of 860 households and a population of 7,000 to 9,000 people will be benefited from this scheme. The project is about 98% finished, and the pipe network is also 75% finished. The water-related issues are expected to be resolved within 15 to 30 days. The residents of the area expressed contentment and expected that their problems would end soon. Image Source Also read: Govt launches AMRUT to develop infrastructure in water sectors

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