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Entire Gujarat will be covered under Nal Se Jal scheme by 2022: CM Vijay Rupani

IndiaTimes Saturday, 6 March 2021
All households in Gujarat will get tap water connections under the Centre's Nal Se Jal Yojana' by the year 2022, ahead of the year 2024 target set by PM Narendra Modi, chief minister Vijay Rupani told the Legislative Assembly on Saturday. Rupani said 17 lakh households in the state are yet to be covered under the ambitious scheme aimed at providing drinking water through taps.
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