Ministry of Jal Shakti
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Impact of Jal Jeevan Mission

Posted On: 15 DEC 2022 6:04PM by PIB Delhi

Since August 2019, Government of India in partnership with States is implementing Jal Jeevan Mission (JJM)-Har Ghar Jal to make provision of potable water to every rural household of the country by 2024, through tap water connection.

At the time of announcement of Jal Jeevan Mission, 3.23 Crore (17%) households were reported to have tap water connections. So far, around 7.48 Crore (38%) rural households have been provided with tap water connections in last 3 years. Thus, as on 12.12.2022, out of 19.36 Crore rural households in the country, around 10.71 Crore (55%) households are reported to have tap water supply in their homes and the remaining 8.65 Crore rural households are planned to be covered by 2024. State/ UT-wise details of tap water connections provided so far are annexed.

For successful implementation of the mission across the country, in 2019-20, a sum of Rs. 10,000 Crore, in 2020-21, Rs. 11,000 Crore, in 2021-22, Rs. 40,125 Crore was utilized. Further, in 2022-23, out of Rs.60,000 Crore allocated for the mission, as on 12.12.2022, an amount of Rs. 22,774.55 Crore has been released to the eligible States/ UTs.

Under JJM, it has been envisaged to carry out regular functionality assessment, evaluation and impact assessment. So far, no impact assessment has been carried out by the Ministry. However, Department of Drinking Water & Sanitation, undertakes annual assessment of the functionality of household tap water connections provided under the Mission, through an independent third-party agency, based on standard statistical sampling. During the functionality assessment 2021-22, it was found that 86% of households had working tap connections. Out of these, 85% were getting water in adequate quantity, 80% were getting water regularly as per the schedule of water supply for their piped water supply scheme, and 87% of households were receiving water as per the prescribed water quality standards.

This information was given by the Minister of State for Jal Shakti, Shri Prahlad Singh Patel in a

written reply in Lok Sabha today.

Annexure

State/ UT-wise status of tap water connections in rural households

(as on 12.12.2022)

(Number in lakhs)

S. No.

State/ UT

Total rural HHs as on date

Rural HHs with tap water connection as on 15.8.2019

Rural HHs given tap water connections

Rural HHs with tap water supply

2019-20

2020-21

2021-22

2022-23

Total

No.

In%

1.

A & N Islands

0.62

0.29

 -  

 0.33

 -  

 -  

 0.33

 0.62

 100.00

2.

Andhra Pradesh

95.69

30.74

 1.19

 12.77

 9.69

 9.64

 33.29

 64.03

 66.91

3.

Arunachal Pradesh

2.29

0.23

 0.13

 0.65

 0.42

 0.11

 1.32

 1.55

 67.39

4.

Assam

65.67

1.11

 0.49

 5.07

 16.62

 3.93

 26.10

 27.21

 41.44

5.

Bihar

1,66.98

3.16

 28.97

 1,03.46

 20.84

 3.46

 1,56.72

 1,59.89

 95.75

6.

Chhattisgarh

50.07

3.20

 0.96

 1.51

 4.45

 7.25

 14.16

 17.36

 34.68

7.

DNH and D&D

0.85

0.00

 -  

 0.25

 0.61

 -  

 0.85

 0.85

 100.00

8.

Goa

2.63

1.99

 0.31

 0.33

 -  

 -  

 0.64

 2.63

 100.00

9.

Gujarat

91.73

65.16

 1.06

 10.95

 9.54

 5.03

 26.57

 91.73

 100.00

10.

Haryana

30.41

17.66

 1.35

 7.91

 3.49

 -  

 12.75

 30.41

 100.00

11.

Himachal Pradesh

17.19

7.63

 1.59

 3.79

 2.97

 0.68

 9.02

 16.65

 96.87

12.

J&K

18.35

5.75

 2.07

 2.16

 0.63

 0.03

 4.88

 10.63

 57.95

13.

Jharkhand

61.22

3.45

 0.95

 3.00

 4.19

 4.85

 12.99

 16.44

 26.86

14.

Karnataka

1,01.18

24.51

 0.21

 3.43

 18.70

 12.66

 35.01

 59.53

 58.83

15.

Kerala

70.66

16.64

 0.85

 4.04

 6.64

 3.68

 15.21

 31.85

 45.08

16.

Ladakh

0.43

0.01

 0.01

 0.02

 0.09

 0.18

 0.29

 0.30

 71.32

17.

Lakshadweep

0.13

0.00

 -  

 -  

 -  

 -  

 -  

 -  

 -  

18.

Madhya Pradesh

1,20.07

13.53

 4.19

 19.87

 11.04

 6.47

 41.57

 55.10

 45.89

19.

Maharashtra

1,45.87

48.44

 5.45

 37.09

 10.66

 3.68

 56.87

 105.31

 72.19

20.

Manipur

4.52

0.26

 0.04

 1.96

 0.70

 0.41

 3.12

 3.38

 74.84

21.

Meghalaya

6.30

0.05

 0.02

 0.87

 1.34

 0.47

 2.70

 2.75

 43.57

22.

Mizoram

1.34

0.09

 0.16

 0.34

 0.22

 0.15

 0.87

 0.96

 71.47

23.

Nagaland

3.77

0.14

 0.02

 0.48

 0.94

 0.51

 1.95

 2.08

 55.26

24.

Odisha

88.57

3.11

 4.37

 15.47

 17.47

 8.11

 45.42

 48.53

 54.79

25.

Puducherry

1.15

0.94

 0.06

 0.08

 0.07

 0.00

 0.21

 1.15

 100.00

26.

Punjab

34.26

16.79

 0.76

 8.18

 8.40

 0.11

 17.45

 34.24

 99.93

27.

Rajasthan

1,05.77

11.74

 1.02

 6.81

 5.67

 5.99

 19.49

 31.23

 29.52

28.

Sikkim

1.32

0.70

 -  

 0.10

 0.08

 0.09

 0.27

 0.97

 73.73

29.

Tamil Nadu

1,25.02

21.76

 0.17

 16.13

 14.90

 19.67

 50.87

 72.63

 58.10

30.

Telangana

53.87

15.68

 20.18

 18.20

 -0.19

 -  

 38.19

 53.87

 100.00

31.

Tripura

7.42

0.25

 0.46

 1.42

 1.65

 0.36

 3.89

 4.13

 55.70

32.

Uttar Pradesh

2,64.45

5.16

 4.66

 19.16

 6.58

 24.90

 55.30

 60.46

 22.86

33.

Uttarakhand

14.94

1.30

 0.87

 4.32

 2.75

 1.07

 9.01

 10.31

 68.99

34.

West Bengal

1,81.13

2.15

 0.05

 12.48

 23.39

 14.00

 49.92

 52.06

 28.74

 

Total

19,35.89

3,23.63

 82.62

 3,22.62

 2,04.51

 1,37.48

 7,47.23

 10,70.86

 55.32

Source: JJM – IMIS                           HH: Household

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