haryana urban development authority water and sewerage bill

haryana urban development authority water and sewerage bill

The MCG has been carrying out the maintenance work of water sewer connection to the sectors since 2016, however, the fee charge for water supply and sewerage was being deposited to HSVP.
Although the HSVP sectors came under the ambit of the MCG in 2016, the corporation was not charging any kind of water charges from the people rather it was paying to Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA).

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Haryana urban development authority water and sewerage bill
A decision to hike water tariff was taken in a meeting held under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar here today.
However, the charges for commercial institutional and industrial establishments would remain same as notified by the government.

Haryana urban development authority water and sewerage bill
As per rates introduced in June, the residents were charged at Rs 5 per kilo litre (KL) per month for consumption up to 20 KL and then Rs 10 per KL for consumption above 20 KL.
Box: Relief for residents

Haryana urban development authority water and sewerage bill
Cost recovery in rural areas is low and a majority of the rural water systems are defunct for lack of maintenance. Some state governments subsidise rural water systems, but funds are scarce and insufficient. [61] In rural areas in Punjab, operation and maintenance cost recovery is only about 20%. On one hand, expenditures are high due to high salary levels, high power tariff and a high number of operating staff. On the other hand, revenue is paid only by the 10% of the households who have private connections. Those drawing water from public stand posts do not pay any water charges at all, although the official tariff for public stand post users is ₹ 15 (21.0¢ US) per month per household. [38]
The Eleventh Five-Year Plan (2007–2012) foresaw investments of ₹ 1,270.25 billion (US$17.8 billion) for urban water supply and sanitation, including urban (stormwater) drainage and solid waste management. [7]