Under Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) in the current financial year (2015-16) worth Rs.1,656 cr of which Central assistance Rs.672 cr, State government Rs.756 cr and Rs.228 cr from the resources of respective urban local bodies
To improve basic infrastructure regarding water supply and sewerage network services likewise storm water drainage, urban transport and parks and green services in 32 cities and towns Rs.8,279 cr investment proposed in 5 years to safeguard water and sewerage connections to the urban households.
- It has submitted State Annual Action Plan (SAAP) to the Ministry of Urban Development.
Report: Madhya Pradesh government
- 51% of all urban households in the state have water supply connections the supply is 88 litres per capita per day as against the norm of 135 lpcd at present.
- 11% of urban households have sewerage network services.
Coverage of water supply connection
From 21% to 74%
|Below 50%||50% to 73%||
No sewerage networks in 11 of the 27 mission cities and towns
Pithampur ,Gwalior and Dewas
|Bhopal, Satna, Morena, Singrauli, Burhanpur, Shivpuri, vidisha, Chhatarpur, Damoh, Hoshangabad, Sehore,Datia and Nagda.||Jabalpur, Ujjain, Sagar, Ratlam, Rewa, Katni, Chhindwara, Khandwa, Bhind, Guna, Mandsaur, Khargone, Neemuch, Betual and Seoni.||
AMRUT(Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation):
It was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi(June 2015) for urban renewal projects to establish infrastructure that could ensure adequate robust sewerage networks and water supply to establish infrastructure.
- Housing for All by 2022 and AMRUT were launched on the same day.
- Rajasthan was the first state in the country to submit State Annual Action Plan(SAAP)