The financial condition of Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran (Majipra) department, which supplies water to the city of Gondia, is declining day by day. The amount of water charged by customers is about Rs. 1 crore every year.
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Gondia: The financial condition of Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran (Majipra) department, which supplies water to the city of Gondia, is declining day by day. The amount of water charged by customers is about Rs. 1 crore every year. As a result, there is a financial stopping of Majipra and the possibility of getting water supply scheme in danger if there is such a situation can not be ruled out.
The supply of drinking water to the city of Gondia is done by Majpras through the water supply scheme set up in the river of Wainganga in Dangoli in Taluk. There are 14 thousand 850 customers in the city. These customers are supplied water twice a day. However, due to the non-payment of regular water charges, there is a steady increase in the number of arrears. That is why the customers of the city are getting 13.54 million 81 thousand 184
The bucks are tired.
In December 2018, the customers who were tired of water charges were Rs 11.95 lakh 84 thousand 640 to the domestic customers, Rs 98.86 lakh to industrial consumers, Rs 54 lakh 67 thousand 570 to the public customers and Rs 5 lakh 66 thousand 770 for the city council. Of these, 4,147 customers were filled in January 2019
Because of the increase in the number of tired water charges every year, there is a financial crisis in Majipra.
Increase in the number of customers
Two years ago a new water supply scheme of 100 crores was started to supply water to the city. Majijra had 13,500 customers before this scheme was operationalized. After the new scheme, the number of subscribers increased by more than 1,400 as per the new plan. The number of domestic customers is 14 thousand 631, commercial 74, 103 others, and 42 postposts of the city council.
Interest is worth Rs 4.5 crore
9 crores 19 lac 44 thousand 634 rupees are being exhausted by the consumers of Majidra’s water charges. However, due to the increase in the number of outstanding balances, the interest on it is increasing. Therefore, there is a net interest of Rs 4 crore 35 lakh 36 thousand 443 on this amount. The MJP campaign was also implemented for the recovery of tired water charges but it did not have much effect.