aiming to benefit 10.5 crore people
Urban Development Minister Hardeep Puri will also be present in this program. Apart from Hardeep Puri, Urban Development Ministers of other states and union territories will also be present on the occasion.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the second phase of Swachh Bharat Mission and Atal Mission today. The objective of this scheme is to make cities garbage free and water conservation. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch this scheme at 11 am at Dr Ambedkar International Center in Delhi. Urban Development Minister Hardeep Puri will also be present in this program. Apart from Hardeep Puri, Urban Development Ministers of other states and union territories will also be present on the occasion.
- Target to benefit 10.5 crore people
The PMO said that the second phase of the Atal Mission aims to supply drinking water to all households in about 4,700 urban local bodies by providing about 2.64 crore sewer connections, about 2.68 crore tap connections and 100 percent coverage of sewerage and septage in 500 AMRUT cities. To provide 100% coverage. According to the PMO, this will benefit more than 10.5 crore people in urban areas.
- Addressing the challenges of urbanization effectively
The PMO said, “The Swachh Bharat Mission and the Atal Mission indicate a step forward in effectively addressing the challenges of rapid urbanization in India, as well as contributing to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goal 2030.” will be helpful.
- Campaign to make cities ‘garbage free’
Let us tell you that the Swachh Bharat Mission is to make all the cities ‘waste free’ and ensure the management of gray and black water in all the cities other than the cities under the Atal Mission, make all the urban local bodies defecation free and one lakh It envisages making people with less than 50 percent of the population defecation free, so as to meet the goal of safe sanitation in urban areas.