Under the Jal Jeevan Mission, the government will not only connect all households with water connections but will also decide that every person gets 55 liters of pure drinking water per day. For this, the government will install a sensor in every water tank, which will not only measure the quantity of water but also determine the quality of water.
It will also be seen whether every person is getting 55 liters of water or not? Or is there more availability of water than demand? The sensor will also measure water quality on five parameters. It will check whether the water is dirty, acidic or alkaline. There is no chemical in it or there is no yellowing in it.
The data received from this sensor will be real time monitoring from the Internet. Not only the Central Government, State Government and District Magistrates will be able to see these figures, but every person can see on the Internet whenever they want.
There will be a sample test
, once a year, every 10 villages in every district will be selected for a sample test as well as a survey. How many days of the year there was water, it was earthy, yellow or the taste was not good. In how many days if the system went bad?