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Explained: Jalyukta Shivar key for Maharashtra, but still has a long road ahead

Jalyukta Shivar is the flagship programme of the Maharashtra government launched in December 2014. It aims to make 5,000 villages free of water scarcity.

Devendra Fadnavis: ‘Maharashtra will become water tanker-free by 2019’

Due to Jalyukta Shivar projects, 1,200 tankers deployed in peak summer this year, down from 6,200 last year: CM

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Maharashtra' s Jalyukta Shivar audit: 2,407 km of streams deepened, widened

For a better perspective on the extent of the work carried out, the Mithi river in Mumbai runs along an 18-km length.

CM asks officials to complete Jalyukta Shivar projects by June

At a review meeting for all 16 drought-hit districts, Fadnavis, through video-conference, urged the district administration to speed up the “jalyukta shivar” projects which are incomplete by June.

Maharashtra: Gram panchayats vie for Jalyukta Shivar cover

In the 2016-17 budget, the state allocated Rs 1,000 crore for water conservation projects.

Mumbai: Suicide belt set for special Jalyukta Shivar drive

The special drive will be undertaken to provide immediate results to the villages reeling under water crisis. The aid will come from the funds collected for Jalyukta Shivar Abhiyan.

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CM Devendra Fadnavis report card: List of failures amid praise for Jalyukta Shivar

Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis gets praise across party lines for the Jalyukta Shivar Yojana and for his energy levels, he will no doubt be handed a laundry list of failures.

Jalyukta Shivar infuses life into Nagpur’s ‘dark’ zones

Across the state, there are 1.2 lakh projects spread over 6,200 villages.

...In Maharashtra, a thirsty village waits for CM

Some 6,200 drought-hit villages have benefited from the programme but Fetri, which Fadnavis adopted two months ago under the Adarsh Gram Yojana, makes do with water that is supplied on alternate days.

CM Devendra Fadnavis : Jalyukta Shivar has brought 6 lakh hectares under irrigation

The total work done under the scheme includes compartment bunding across 4,62,518 hectares, recharge of 21,221 wells, and de-silting (ponds, rivers) on 338.71 lakh cubic metres

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