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  • A major component in the efforts to rejuvenate the Musi river along the lines of the River Thames in London invariably involves dealing with the former’s dirty water, blackened by human and industrial waste.

  • The project to revitalise the Musi and develop its surroundings includes the installation of a host of new sewage treatment plants (STPs) along the river’s 55-km stretch between Narsingi to the west and Gowrelli to the east.

What is AMRUT scheme

  • The AMRUT scheme stands for Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation

  • It's a program launched by the Government of India in June 2015 to improve basic infrastructure and services in Indian cities. 

  • The main focus is on providing essential amenities to improve the quality of life, especially for the poor and underprivileged.

Here's a breakdown of the AMRUT scheme's goals:

  • Universal Water Supply: Aims to ensure every household has access to clean water through a reliable tap connection.

  • Improved Sewerage & Sanitation: Focuses on building and maintaining proper sewage networks and septage management systems.

  • Sustainable Urban Mobility: Encourages the use of public transport and creates infrastructure for non-motorized transport like cycling and walking.

  • Increased Green Spaces: Aims to develop more parks and well-maintained open areas to enhance the aesthetics and livability of cities.

  • The Musi River flows into Himayat Sagar and Osman Sagar.

  • Which are artificial lakes that act as reservoirs that once supplied the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad with drinking water. 

  • It originates in the Ananthagiri Hills, near Vikarabad

  • It generally flows towards the east, turning south at Chittaloor.



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