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Rs 12,000 Crore Spent to Clean river Yamuna still dirty Supreme Court ask where the money gone

Rs 12,000 Crore Spent to Clean river Yamuna still dirty Supreme Court ask where the money gone

India
Delhi

To clean river Yamuna government of India spends millions of rupees but still result is negative, River stays dirty

Affidavits filed by the governments of Delhi and UP revealed that they had spent Rs 4,124 crore on making the river’s water potable.

New Delhi Municipal Council and Municipal Corporation of Delhi spent an additional Rs 315 crore on cleaning the Yamuna

DJB said it had spent approximately Rs 2,072 Crore. Together, the two states and the two civic bodies spent Rs 4,439 crore in the last 18 years.

The affidavit by the Union government on Tuesday disclosed that it had spent more than Rs 1,540 crore on different phases of Yamuna Action Plan and JNNURM till June 2012.

The DDA spent around Rs 30 crore for development of land along the river.

Money goes down the river

Rs 12,000 Crore spent to clean the river in the past 18 years

Rs 4,439 Crore spent by Delhi, UP

Rs 30 Crore spent by DDA to develop land along the river

Supreme Court of India asked the all concern parties that
Where has all this money gone? We don’t see any improvement in the water of the river... what is the use of this money,”

Rs 12,000 crore had been spent in the last 18 years by the Centre, Delhi, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh governments and their civic bodies.

The bench asked Additional Solicitor General P P Malhotra to place before it by November 9

The Yamuna River Action Plan and any other plan, if formulated, to clean the river by resorting to correctional and preventive measures.

The Union of India shall also inform the court whether the Yamuna River Development Authority, constituted by a notification in 2007, is still in place and operational.

It shall also inform what steps have been taken by this authority and the extent of compliance,” the bench said, also directing that the minutes of the Authority be placed before it.

The bench sought to know the status of the sewage treatment plants (STPs) and their capacity to treat water at different release points in Delhi.

It asked the Delhi Jal Board (DJB) and the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) to set up a two-member committee to check the efficacy of the 18 STPs operational in Delhi after visiting the sites.

The bench asked the CPCB to submit a separate report as to how many STPs were working to optimal capacity and on steps to prevent the release of untreated effluent and domestic discharge into the river or main drains.

What your heart says is right where the money goes
Money goes into pockets I do not know in whose pocket , in a Pocket of Yamuna River or  Humans

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7 comments:

Virendra Kumar Sharma October 31, 2012  

इटली के नुमाइंदे डकार गए सारी रकम .

DWei October 31, 2012  

Ugh that's terrible. Corruption is everywhere...

Anonymous,  December 20, 2012  

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