Neighbourhood News Desk/ New Delhi/ Simran Virdi
While YAP-I was taken up between 1993 and 2003 and YAP-II was extended in 2003 to cover Uttar Pradesh, Haryana along with Delhi. This time Union Minister Nitin Gadkari and Delhi’s CM Arvind Kejriwal will jointly laying the foundation stone of nine projects under YAP-III.
Total 11 projects will be taken up by the NMCG with the action plan primarily targeting three major drainage zones which are Rithala, Okhla and Kondali. The projects, which will be carried out at a cost of Rs 1,656 cost. At present, Delhi generates 327 crore litres of sewage per day where it has a capacity of 276 crore litres.