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.
Power Minister, Th Biswajit replying to Dr Chaltonlien Amo stated that electrification of Tipaimukh areas have already started during the first week of February 2019 and is targeted to be completed by March 2019.
India will achieve 100 per cent household electrification by March 31 as envisaged in the Saubhagya scheme and the next goal is to achieve round the clock power supply to all households, Power Minister R K Singh said Tuesday.
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India has successfully managed to electrify 99.78 per cent households until 15 January as per government data. The data uploaded on Saubhagya dashboard claims that 21.23 crore households have been given access to electricity since
The government is likely to achieve its 100 per cent household electrification target in the country ahead of Republic Day as it has already energised 2.39 crore out of the targeted 2.49 crore households under Rs 16,320 crore Saubhagya scheme, an official said Monday.
Indian Railways has drawn up plans to spend Rs 12,134 crore by the end of the financial year 2021-22 in order to electrify the remaining 13,675 kilometer of broad gauge route under its fold, the rail ministry said.
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At least 15 states have achieved the 100% household electrification target under the Saubhagya scheme, union minister of state for power and renewable energy R K Singh said on Thursday. The addition of 8 states, including Madhya
A total of eight States have achieved 100% saturation in household electrification under Saubhagya namely Madhya Pradesh, Tripura, Bihar, J&K, Mizoram, Sikkim, Telangana and West Bengal.
India’s move to energise every village in the country with electricity is one of the greatest success stories in the world this year; providing clean cooking fuel to people is another laudable achievement that will reduce premature deaths