2013-03-14 11:49:07 - Maharashtra state has always been considered one of the richest states in water resources in India. Maharashtra Government has made large scale investments in water resource projects given the augment in demand for domestic and industrial use.
The state government takes the responsibility of water supply and sanitation which focuses on providing services to both urban and rural areas. This week “Vichara Mantryana” brings to you Maharashtra’s Minister of Water Supply and Sanitation, Laxman Dhoble. To seek solutions to the various water woes, call on 022-66899263. Catch this show live on Thursday, 14th March 2013 at 8 pm only on IBN-Lokmat.
As per the Indian Constitution, State Governments and its lower tiers such as Zilla Parishad, Urban Local Bodies and Gram Panchayats take care of water supply for the citizens. For any developing state the highest priority is providing safe, convenient and sustainable water supply with water sanitation. The ministry of water supply and sanitation was set up
to address the challenge of poor coverage and access to water services in both urban and rural areas. There is no denying the fact that water plays a very crucial role in the day to day life of a common man, hence, ensuring the basic necessities like access to clean drinking water and sustainable drinking water supply and sanitation services is the basic need of the hour.
This week Laxman Dhoble will share some insights regarding his department, water scarcity in the state and the ever increasing demand of water. Tune into ‘Vichara Mantryana’ on Thursday, 14th March 2013 at 8 pm only on IBN-Lokmat to get a response to the prevailing water crisis.
Call on 022-66899263 and raise your queries to Laxman Dhoble, Maharashtra’s Minister of Water Supply and Sanitation.