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Govt electrified 305 villages last week under DDUGJY

Out of the electrified villages 53 are in Odisha 48 in Jharkhand 44 in Arunachal Pradesh 42 in Bihar 34 in Chhattisgarh 34 in UP 25 in Rajasthan 14 in Assam 10 in Manipur and 1 in Madhya Pradesh
Govt electrified 305 villages last week under DDUGJY

The government has electrified 305 villages across the country during last week (from 22nd to 28th February 2016) under Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojna (DDUGJY). Out of these electrified villages, 53 villages belong to Odisha , 48 in Jharkhand, 44 in Arunachal Pradesh, 42 in Bihar , 34 in Chhattisgarh, 34 in UP, 25 in Rajasthan ,14 villages in Assam, 10 in Manipur and 1 village in Madhya Pradesh.

In view of the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi’s address to nation, on Independence Day, Government of India has decided to electrify remaining 18,452 un-electrified villages within 1000 days i.e. by 01st May, 2018. The project has been taken on mission mode and strategy for electrification consists of squeezing the implementation schedule to 12 months and also dividing village electrification process in 12 Stage milestones with defined timelines for monitoring.

During 2015-16, 5930 villages have been electrified till date. Out of remaining 12,522 villages, 8678 villages are to be electrified through grid, 3355 villages are to be electrified through off- grid where grid solutions are out of reach due to geographical barriers and 489 villages are to be electrified by State Govt own. Total 1654 villages were electrified during April 2015 to 14th Aug 2015 and after taking initiative by Government of India for taking it on mission mode, 4276 additional villages have been electrified from 15th August 2015 to 28th February. In order to expedite the progress further, a close monitoring is being done through Gram Vidyut Abhiyanta (GVA) and various actions are also being taken on regular basis like reviewing the progress on monthly basis during the RPM meeting, sharing of list of villages which are at the stage of under energisation with the state Discom, identifying the villages where milestone progress are delayed.

 

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