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GOMTI ACTION PLAN
The Gomti Action Plan (GoAP) was formulated in the year 1993 for three towns, namely Sultanpur, Jaunpur and Lucknow situated along the banks of river Gomti. The approved cost of the project was Rs. 61.01 Crores against which the component for Sultanpur and Jaunpur was Rs. 10.72 Crores and that for Lucknow was Rs. 50.29 Crores.
It has been proposed to intercept, divert and treat 7 mld.. sewage at Sultanpur and 14 mld.. at Jaunpur. The implementation of the project in these towns was started on the sanctioned schemes but was delayed primarily due to delay in acquisition of land. In the mean time the cost of works also went up to Rs. 8.99 Crore for Sultanpur and Rs. 18.12 Crore for Jaunpur. A comprehensive DPR costing Rs. 23.08 Crore for remaining works at Sultanpur-Jaunpur has been submitted to Govt. of India, but its approval  is still awaited. In the meanwhile, such works at Sultanpur were taken up for completion which can be made functional within the approved cost. Accordingly STP of 1.7 mld capacity has been completed . Efforts are being made to get the revised cost estimate approved by the Govt. of India at the earliest so that works could be taken up.
GOMTI ACTION PLAN AT LUCKNOW
The pollution of river Gomti at Lucknow is mainly due to discharge of 26 drains directly into the river in the city area.  Presently the quantity of effluent being discharged in the river is about 345 mld. which is likely to increase to about 440 mld.. in the year 2011.
The Gomti Action Plan at Lucknow was started in the year 1995 with British financial assistance through the erstwhile Overseas Development Agency (ODA) of the Govt. of U.K., in which Rs 5.92 crores were spent on cleaning of few trunk sewers and their Close Circuit Television (CCTV) survey, some emergent sewerage works, cleaning of two major nalas, namely Sarkata and Pata Nala.
The British Govt. however, terminated the financial assistance in July 1997. There after the GoAP is being funded by GOI & GoUP. For interception and diversion of five drains falling into river Gomti in upstream region and treatment of sewage, total 9 schemes have been approved by Govt. of India for Rs. 42.90 crore against which 7 schemes of interception and diversion  and 42 mld sewage treatment plant have been completed and made functional. 2 schemes (Kukrail IPS and Rising Main) were sanctioned by GOI in June 2003 which are still under execution. For diversion and treatment of sewage of remaining 19 drains at Lucknow, a comprehensive project costing Rs. 263.26 Crore has been approved by Govt. of India under GoAP-II. Two new STP have been proposed for which land acquisition activity is in progress. An expenditure of Rs.15.617 crore has been incurred by the end of December 2005 under GoAP-II.
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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