The Central government had authorized 310 undertakings under the Namami Gange program by January a year ago for different exercises like sewerage framework and riverfront advancement at an expense of Rs 28,791 crore, out of which 116 tasks have been finished up until now.
The information is shared by the public authority in answer to the suggestion made by the standing committee on water.
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In its answer to the committee, the Indian government said, "As on January 31, 2020, an aggregate of 310 projects were authorized under the Namami Gange program for different exercises like sewerage foundation, cleaning of Ghats, riverfront advancement, stream surface cleaning, institutional turn of events, biodiversity preservation, afforestation and sanitation in rural areas at a complete expense of Rs 28,791 crore."
The public authority likewise said that 116 out of the 310 activities have been finished and the leftover work is in progress.