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Rs.10,000 crores for sanitation

The Centre has approved the Maharashtra state government’s `10,392-crore plan for implementation of sanitation and waste management projects in rural areas. The plan will be implemented in 27,902 villages across 33 districts over the next 10 years till 2022. This project will help in boosting the efforts taken under the initiative of Nirmal Bharat Abhiyaan. The plan will mainly focuses on construction of household latrines, community sanitary complexes, school and anganwadi toilets and latrine facilities for physically challenged citizens. It will also focus on solid and liquid waste management at the village and block-levels. A separate budget will be allocated to generate awareness on cleanliness and sanitation on village level. The funds will be utilized in phases over the next 10 years and will be allotted based on the population of every village. Each district will also be asked to prepare annual implementation plan


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