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GANGA ACTION PLAN ( PHASE-II)
The phase-II of the Ganga Action Plan was started in the year 1993. Under this phase, main tributaries of river Ganga, namely Yamuna and Gomti and other major rivers in other states were taken up, Due to change of scope of river pollution control works, the Govt. of India renamed program as Nation River Conservation Program instead of Ganga Action Plan, which is now spread in 165 towns of 17 different states. The directorate for river pollution control works under ministry of Environment and Forest, Govt. of India is also renamed as National River Conservation Directorate.
In the state of Uttar Pradesh, 23 towns, including 5 towns of phase-I, on the bank of river Ganga and its major tributaries Yamuna and Gomti were taken up under Phase-II. Out of these, 8 towns are situated on the bank of river Yamuna, 3 towns on the bank of river Gomti and 12 towns are on the bank of river Ganga. The 8 towns on the bank of river Yamuna are under Yamuna Action Plan component, 3 towns on the bank of river Gomti are under Gomti Action Plan component, 8 towns are under Ganga(Main Stem), 3 towns are under Ganga (Supreme Court) and one town is under Ganga Support Project component. The projects in the above components are in different stages of implementation in various towns. The total approved Cost of the GAP (Phase-II) is Rs. 948.41 Crores which includes Rs. 124.13 crors for Yamuna Action Plan Phase-II and Rs. 263.26 crores for Lucknow Phase-II.
The schemes under Phase-II were funded on 50:50 share basis by Govt of India and State Govt. till March 1997. After April 1997, the cost of capital works is being borne by Govt. of India except for the cost of land required for the schemes and centage charged by the implementing agency over and above 8 percent, which is to be borne by the State Govt. However, the financing pattern for schemes sanctioned under Tenth Five Year Plan has been again changed to 70:30 between GOI and GoUP.
YAMUNA ACTION PLAN
The Yamuna Action Plan (YAP) has been implemented in 8 towns namely, Saharanpur, Muzaffarnagar, Ghaziabad, Noida, Vrindavan, Mathura, Agra and Etawah. The approved cost of Yamuna Action plan in these towns in Rs. 290.54 Crores for which financial assistance was received from Japan Bank of International Cooperation (JBIC).
At the time of start of Yamuna Action Plan in the year 1993, about 280 mld sewage was finding its way into the river Yamuna in above 8 towns. The Yamuna Action Plan envisaged interception, diversion and treatment of 399.75 mld sewage through 15 STPs . All 144 schemes including 15 sewage treatment plants have been completed and commissioned and are functional. An expenditure of Rs. 285.295 Crore has been incurred upto Decemberr 2005.
CCEA of GOI has sanctioned Rs.124.13 crores for Yamuna Action Plan Phase-II to be implemented at Agra. Against this, a DPR costing Rs. 95.42 crore has been submitted to GOI for approval. GOI has given administrative approval for land acquisition against above DPR and also released Rs. 6.15 crores.
STATUS OF SEWAGE TREATMENT PLASNTS UNDER RIVER ACTION PLAN.
STATUS OF NON CORE ACTIVETIES UNDER RIVER ACTION PLANT.
FINENCIAL STSAUS OF RIVER ACTION PLAN.
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