CM to interact with rural families

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will interact with rural families benefited from Jal Jeevan Mission through video conferencing from Kushabhau Thackeray Auditorium, Bhopal on February 4. Chief Minister Chouhan will also interact with villagers, public representatives and members of Village Water and Sanitation Committee regarding proper supply of water through taps and proper operation and maintenance of the schemes of Jal Jeevan Mission.

In order to communicate with Chief Minister Chouhan, in the Jal Jeevan Mission, one village each in 16 districts has been selected out of the districts where water has been supplied to the rural households.

Under the National Jal Jeevan Mission, works of water supply schemes are going on in the rural areas of almost every district of the state. So far more than 46 lakh 11 thousand rural families have been supplied water from taps. There are 4 thousand 44 villages in the state where availability of water has been ensured in every household. The implementation of the mission is being done by Public Health Engineering Department and Jal Nigam.

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan will interact with the beneficiaries of Bilkhiria of Bhopal district, Satpipaliya of Sehore, Barkheda Kayam of Dewas, Chakeri of Sagar, Rainagar of Panna, Neemkheda of Jabalpur, Bhanvarda of Mandla, Mungapar of Seoni, Judmunian Murli of Rewa, Umaidpura of Neemuch, Sehrai of Ashoknagar, Mau of Chhindwara, Harratola of Anuppur, Ranayrapir of Ujjain, Simrishukla of Damoh and Bavai village of Niwari district.