Chandigarh, Nov 2 (UNI) National Capital Region Planning Board has approved a project of Rs 190 crore for Haryana to augment water supply in its nine towns and villages and extension of sewerage in seven towns and villages falling in the National Capital Region (NCR).
While stating this here today, an official spokesman said water supply of nine NCR towns and villages namely, Rewari, Ganaur, Bahadurgarh, Beri, Kalanaur, Kharkhoda, Meham, Sampla and Kosli village, Bhakli and Railway Station area of Kosli in Rewari district would be augmented under the project.
The project would be completed in a period of three years. After the completion of the project, the water supply of these areas would increase to 135 litres per capita per day, the spokesman said.
Seven towns and villages in which the extension of sewerage would be carried out are Bahadurgarh, Bawal, Beri, Kalanaur, Meham, Sampla and village Kosli, Bhakli and Railway Station area of Kosli of Rewari district.
He said that as many as 17 boosting stations, nine water treatment plants would be set up and 360 km of pipline would be laid to augment the water supply in these areas. Similarly six sewerage treatment plants would be set up and 270 km long sewer line would be laid for the extension of sewerage.