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Action plan to reduce Haryana’s 14 billion cubic metre water deficit by 49% in 2 yrs

Action plan to reduce Haryana’s 14 billion cubic metre water deficit by 49% in 2 yrs – Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar said that the biennial Integrated Water Resources Action Plan (IWRAP) 2023-25 purposes at reducing the state’s water deficit by 49.7% in a period of two years.

  • Integrated Water Resources Action Plan (IWRAP) 2023-25 aims to save a total of 22% water in the first year and 27.7% water in the second year.
  • CM Khattar launched the biennial IWRAP 2023-25. The state’s total water demand goes up to about 34.96 billion cubic metres per year (about 34 lakh crore litres).
  • The state has a total water availability of about 20.93 billion cubic metres which included surface water, groundwater and treated wastewater.

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