New delhi:  In a limited capacity to focus 22 months, the Jal Jeevan Mission (JJM) has given faucet water supply to in excess of 97 lakh families in 61 Japanese Encephalitis-Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (JE-AES) influenced need regions in five states.

The five states with JE-AES-influenced need regions are Assam, Bihar, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal. On August 15, 2019, when JJM was reported, just 8.02 lakh (2.67 percent) families in 61 JE-AES-influenced locale across the five states had faucet water supply.

Over the most recent 22 months, faucet water associations have been given to extra 97.41 lakh families in these regions. “Presently, 1.05 crore (35%) families have guaranteed faucet water supply in JE-AES influenced regions. This 32% expansion in family faucet water associations in JE-AES need locale is around 12% higher than the public normal increment of 23.43 percent in faucet water supply the nation over during a similar period, ” the Ministry of Jal Shakti said.

Explicit assets for JE-AES-influenced need regions are dispensed based on drinking water sources and the degree of water pollution.

JE-AES is a genuine wellbeing peril. The infection for the most part influences youngsters and youthful grown-ups which can prompt dismalness and mortality. These contaminations especially influence malnourished offspring of poor monetary foundations.

Association Minister for Jal Shakti, Gajendra Singh Shekhawat in his letters to the Chief Ministers of these five states has been continually emphasizing the Prime Minister’s accentuation on giving faucet water to all families in JE-AES influenced regions, SC/ST greater part towns and quality-influenced regions on need in next couple of months.

Among these five states, Bihar has performed well in giving faucet water supply to country families in its 15 JE-AES need regions. On a normal, 85.53 percent faucet water associations have been given in these locale. Nalanda with 96% faucet water supply associations, trailed by Saran and Gopalganj with 94%, Vaishali and Siwan 91%, Paschim Champaran 84%, and Purvi Champaran 80% are the main entertainers in the state.West Indies win first T20I after Australia breakdown


Gros Islet (St Lucia), July 10 (IANS) West Indies enlisted a 18-run win in the underlying match of the five-match T20I series against Australia at the Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium here.

The hosts misused an exciting batting breakdown by Australia, who lost their last six wickets for just 19 abrupt spikes popular for Friday.

In the wake of being sent in to bat, West Indies scored 145/6 in their 20 overs. Andre Russell’s underlying fifty in T20Is drove West Indies to the more awful than normal total.

Russell’s knock of 51 off 28 balls, with five fours and three rising above sixes, lifted West Indies free after they had been diminished to 66/4 of each 12 overs.

Beside Russell, Lendl Simmons (27) and Shimron Hetmyer (20) were exceptional providers in a batting demand which missed ordinary boss Kieron Pollard due to a hamstring injury.

For Australia, Josh Hazlewood took three wickets for just 12 runs while Mitch Marsh took two wickets for 26 runs.

Seeking after an unassuming goal of 145, the visitors posted 70 in the essential move for the lack of skipper Aaron Finch. By the 11th over, Australia were 108 for four with Marsh and Ben McDermott at the wrinkle. Leg-spinner Hayden Walsh Jr, brought back for the over, carried McDermott down with a googly and a while later took a return get when Marsh drove straightforwardly to him in the accompanying over.

With 29 escapes from the goal, Australia’s free-fall continued. Walsh Jr took another wicket while left-arm pacer Obed McCoy tied down the last three wickets to stop Australia’s horror at 127 with four overs remaining.

The second T20I between the two gatherings will be played on Sunday.

Brief scores: West Indies 145/6 of each 20 overs (Andre Russell 51, Lendl Simmons 27; Josh Hazlewood 3-12, Mitchell Marsh 2-26) beat Australia 127 out of 16 overs (Mitchell Marsh 51; Matthew Wade 33; Obed McCoy 4-26, Hayden Walsh Jr. 3-23) by 18 runs.

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