Srinagar, Nov 10:
Is Jammu and Kashmir ‘open defecation loose’ for actual?
On papers Jammu
and Kashmir is open defection loose, however in fact a number of parts of Swachh
Bharat Undertaking (SBM) scheme are but to be applied.
On October 2 remaining
12 months, Jammu and Kashmir was once declared ‘open defecation loose’ after developing
15.42 lakh bogs underneath the SBM scheme.
On the other hand,
government have didn’t enforce a number of parts of centrally subsidized
Galvanizing Natural Bio-Agro Sources Dhan (GOBAR-DHAN), which is part of
SBM was once introduced in February 2018 to make villages open defecation loose and
enhance the lives of villagers by means of acquiring bio- gasoline from farm animals dung, poultry
droppings, crop residue, kitchen waste and different bio degradable waste.
of Swachh Bharat Undertaking scheme is but to be applied in Jammu and Kashmir.
Govt has now recognized few websites for implementation of GOBAR-DHAN.
On the other hand, budget are but to be launched by means of the Centre’s Ministry of Consuming
Water and Sanitation to Jammu and Kashmir,” stated an reputable within the Directorate
of Rural Sanitation.
In a similar fashion,
every other part of the scheme –‘Dry Leaf Composting’ –nonetheless awaits
Composting’ was once introduced to enhance the lives of villagers by means of acquiring manures
from the combination of dry leaf, agriculture residue, farm animals dung and different bio
It was once introduced
remaining 12 months with an goal of managing rural waste and changing dry leaves and
agriculture waste into natural fertilizer. Assets stated government are making
no efforts for its implementation.
fertilizer constructed from the composting of dry leaves can have lowered the
use of chemical fertilizers to develop greens in kitchen lawn, farms and to
make terrace lawn,” stated a supply.
Secretary, Rural Construction Division, Sheetal Nanda stated she would search
main points from involved officers to make sure all parts of the Swachh Bharat
Undertaking are applied in Jammu and Kashmir.
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