India has moved closer to achieving 100 per cent household electrification under the Rs 16,320 crore Saubhagya scheme as only 19,836 families in Chhattisgarh are left due to naxal issues.
According to the Saubhagya portal, as many as 2,53,00,582 households were targetted to be energised under the scheme. Of this 2,52,80,746 families have been provided power connection so far, translating into 99.92 per cent electrification in the country.
An official said, “The state government is working on to electrify these 19,836 families in Chhattisgarh. The tall order of energising all households in the country by March 31, 2019 under Read More
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