RAJOURI, OCTOBER 04: In a significant step towards improving access to clean and safe drinking water, the Deputy Commissioner Vikas Kundal laid the foundation stone of 5000 Gallon per Hour Rapid Sand Filtration Plant at Thalka. This project, undertaken as a part of the water supply scheme Rajpur Bhatta sanctioned under Jal Jeevan Mission, is set to transform the water supply system in the area.
Under the visionary leadership of Deputy Commissioner, the administration has made remarkable strides in ensuring essential services reach every corner of the district. The 5000 Gallon per Hour Rapid Sand Filtration Plant is yet another testament to this commitment.
The scheme, which received approval under the Jal Jeevan Mission, aims to provide clean and potable water to the residents of Thalka and its surrounding areas. This initiative will not only address the existing water scarcity challenges but also contribute significantly to improving the overall health and well-being of the local population. Present at the ceremony were ADC Nowshera Kartar Singh, XEN Jal Shakti Nowshera Vipin Kumar, Sarpanch S. Jasbir Singh and local Residents.
The Deputy Commissioner Vikas Kundal reiterated the paramount importance of these water supply projects, not only in meeting the immediate needs of the community but also in paving the way for overall development. Clean and accessible drinking water is not merely a convenience; it is a basic human right that directly affects the health, hygiene, and overall quality of life for every individual.
Deputy Commissioner Vikas Kundal also expressed his gratitude to all stakeholders for their unwavering support in realizing this vital project. He emphasized the commitment of the administration to ensuring the timely completion of the 5000 Gallon per Hour Rapid Sand Filtration Plant, which will be a beacon of progress and development for Thalka and its residents.
The project represents a significant milestone in the ongoing efforts to provide clean and accessible drinking water to every household in the region. It reinforces the dedication of the Government to the welfare of its citizens and the realization of the goals of the Jal Jeevan Mission.
As the project progresses, it is expected to catalyze transformative change, not only in terms of access to clean water but also by opening doors to improved sanitation, better health outcomes, and increased economic opportunities for the residents of Rajouri.