OFFICE OF THE CHIEF MINISTER
GOVERNMENT OF DELHI
New Delhi: 24/12/2018
· Projects to provide better sanitation in several areas of Delhi given nod by the DJB
· DJB approves several projects of public good in its board meeting
· Several projects for abatement of pollution to river Yamuna approved
The 143rd Board meeting of the Delhi Jal Board met on December 24 at the Delhi Secretariat and approved several projects of the public good. In pursuance of the vision of the Chief Minister of Delhi, several projects of laying pipeline, sewer line and others were approved by the board.
The scheme for regularization of domestic/commercial unauthorized water connection was extended with the approval of the board. The scheme is now extended up to 31.03.2019.
The board also approved the scheme for regularization of unauthorized water connections or sanction of new water connections in 480 unauthorized colonies falling under PPP area of Nangloi Water Services Private Limited on fixed down payment and balance on instalment.
The board also accorded approval to the rehabilitation of sewage line (750mm) at an estimated cost of Rs 6 crore under redevelopment of Chandni Chowk Plan. The rehabilitation will take place from Fatehpuri Masjid to Lal Quila. The work will be completed in six months. Approval was also accorded for providing & laying 250 mm to 1400 mm nominal dia internal and peripheral sewer line in Sant Nagar group of colonies at the amount of Rs 270 Crore. The implementation of the scheme will lead to better sanitation and less polluted living conditions for about 5.02 lakhs of people in addition to the abatement of pollution to River Yamuna. It will trap 15.10 MGD sewage through 197 KM Sewerline.
The board also approved that the areas of unauthorized colonies (built on forest land) which are not under forest will be provided water supply. It approved providing of water to 8 unauthorized colonies of Deoli constituency during the meeting. Around 60% of the areas of these 8 colonies are not affected by the forest. Water will be given through ESI UGR for these colonies. The board also decided to examine/execute replication of this in other areas/colonies of Delhi.
The board accorded approval for separation of command areas of Greater Kailash, Deer Park and Malviya Nagar UGRs and BPS and hydraulic modelling of Deer Park UGR command area. This will help better supply of water pressure between Aurobindo Mag and August Kranti Marg. The areas which would benefit are Arjun Nagar, Safdarjung, Krishna Nagar, Gulmohar Park, Niti Bagh, Masjid Moth, Yusuf Marg, Hauz Khas, Green park, Padmini Enclave, Mayfair Garden.
The proposal for providing & laying 250 mm to 1600 mm nominal dia internal and peripheral sewer line in Kirari group of colonies under the Rohini catchment area and construction of WWPS at Prem Nagar, Bhagya Vihar & Pratap Vihar including rising mains was also approved by the board. It will cover 111 unauthorised colonies out of which 105 are under Kirari assembly and 6 in Mundka assembly. After the execution of the work, a total population of 7.25 lakhs will benefit. A total of 20 MGD sewage generated from these areas is planned to be taken to the proposed STP at Rohini phase II through pumping stations covered under the scope of the instant work. This will not only help the residents of the area have better sanitation but will also help in abatement of pollution to river Yamuna.
Proposal for the construction of 11.00 ML capacity UGR & BPS, laying of feeder and peripheral mains etc at Patparganj was approved by the board. This will boost the pressure in the network in the areas of Patparganj village, Pandav Nagar E, F, P Blocks, Acharya Niketan, Partap Nagar, Shashi Garden and adjoining areas. Nearly 1 lakh residents of the area will benefit once the project is completed.
The board approved the work of sewer line and pipeline in the Kakrola group of companies. This will improve the environmental, social & unhygienic conditions in the area. The areas to be covered under the project are Bharat Vihar- A & C Block, Kakrola Ext. Nishant Park, Kakrola Mor, Najafgarh Road, Patel Garden, Shyam Vihar, Hari Vihar, Old Palam Road, Shivini Enclave, Raju extn., Ambika Enclave, Nand Vihar etc. A total of 90,000 residents would benefit from the project. The total length of the lines to be laid is 66.87 kms at a cost of Rs. 32 crore.
The board also approved laying of sewer lines in Begampur Group of colonies. The sewer lines once completed would benefit a total population of 2.45 lakhs in the area. The total length of the sewer lines to be laid is 191.11 Km.
For the improvement of sewage network of Delhi, the proposal for construction of 11 MGD SPS on DBO Basis at Satya Park, Naraina was approved by the board in its meeting. Presently the whole sewage of this area is being discharged into storm water drains and ultimately to river Yamuna via Najafgarh drain causing pollution of Yamuna. This will do away with the problem and addition of pollution to Yamuna.