The second instalment to the tune of Rs 50 lakh has been released to parched Indore. On April 8 last, the first instalment of Rs 50 lakh was released. In this way, Rs 1 crore has been made available to Indore collector for ensuring drinking water arrangements in the district during the summer.

Rs 79 lakh to 12 civic bodies

Disposal facilities are not the final solution, but are good business as long as subsidized India generates 8.14 million tonnes of hazardous industrial waste in a year, according to cpcb. Of this, at least 350,000 tonnes have to be incinerated. However, the capacity of the tsdfs in the country to incinerate waste is much less

Urban areas of Indore, Dhar, Chhindwara, Alirajpur, Khargone, Sehore, Rajgarh and Dewas districts are facing drinking water problem, would be supplied drinking water through transportation. The state government has sanctioned an amount of Rs 1.54 crore for this purpose. The amount would be allotted to the concerning collectors in two instalments.

The government and people of Madhya Pradesh have joined hands in their fight against drought through various jan sahyog programmes