Rs 36 bn to be spent in Kerala for 2nd phase of AMRUT project
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Rs 36 bn to be spent in Kerala for 2nd phase of AMRUT project

The second phase of the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT 2.0) in Kerala will cost Rs 36 billion. The union government would contribute Rs 13.72 billion of the total Rs 36 billion. The remainder will be paid by the state. The mission includes liquid waste management, footpath protection, drainage cleaning, water clogging removal, rejuvenating ponds, development of parks adjacent to the ponds, and water conservation awareness. The first phase of the mission, which began in 2015, lasted five years. However, it has been extended until March 2023.

The second phase of the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT 2.0) in Kerala will cost Rs 36 billion. The union government would contribute Rs 13.72 billion of the total Rs 36 billion. The remainder will be paid by the state. The mission includes liquid waste management, footpath protection, drainage cleaning, water clogging removal, rejuvenating ponds, development of parks adjacent to the ponds, and water conservation awareness. The first phase of the mission, which began in 2015, lasted five years. However, it has been extended until March 2023.

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