National Water Conservation
Given the need of water conservation measures inspired by the Honorable Prime Minister and the lack of water and the need for water conservation measures centered in this summer and monsoon season, the Government of India is launching a water conservation campaign (JSA), a deep water conservation campaign. Built on civil partnership, the objective of which is to create movement of people to accelerate water conservation across the country.
The Central Government has started the nationwide water conservation scheme called Jal Shakti Abhiyan. In phase 1, the Union Government will focus on 256 districts and encourage the farmers to adopt efficient irrigation practices. Indian Government Under the leadership of PM Modi, gradually farmers will be shifted to under-intensive crops and efficient irrigation will be promoted.
The first phase of the plan will continue through the current monsoon season ie 1 July 2019 to 15 September 2019. The second phase will be started for states coming back to the monsoon from 1 October 2019 to 30 November 2019.
National Water Conservation (Jal Shakti Abhiyan)
India is facing a shortage of water in today’s time, which is likely to be spoiled, so the government has started a hydroelectric campaign. This countrywide water conservation scheme focuses on 256 districts and 1,592 blocks with the lowest ground water availability. Almost half of the country is full of water. Therefore, to ensure that we can conserve water for the coming generations, there is a need to start mass movement (mass movement).
Rural water supply
Department of Drinking Water and Sanitation provides technical and financial assistance to the states for providing safe and adequate drinking water to rural India. The Centrally Sponsored Scheme of the Department, National Rural Drinking Water Program (NRDWP), is currently focused on providing access to drinking water to the rural population of India. Depending on the small scale, community managed schemes, geographical schemes in all rural households by 2024, wherever possible, providing domestic pipe water supply with emphasis on source stability through ground water recharge and waste water reuse. Is committed to
Implementation of Water Conservation Scheme
Each district is going to draft a water conservation plan with the main focus on rain water harvesting. All Nodal Officers will work with Urban Local Bodies (ULB) for the reuse of wastewater for industrial and agricultural use. This hydroelectric mission will include the separation of gray water (kitchen) and black water (sewerage). Each urban area will restore at least one traditional water body.
Categories for water conservation
- rainwater harvesting
- Renewal of traditional water bodies and tanks
- Reuse of water and recharge structures
- Watershed development
- Intensive afforestation