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Ministry of Jal Shakti

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Swachh Bharat Mission (Grameen) was launched on 2nd October, 2014 with the goal to make the rural areas of the country Open Defecation Free (ODF) by 2nd October, 2019, the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, by providing access to toilets to all the rural households.  As it is a demand driven scheme, specific year-wise targets of construction of Individual Household Latrines (IHHLs) could not be set. More than 10 crore Individual Household Latrines (IHHLs) were constructed under the programme and, as a result, all the villages had declared themselves ODF by 2nd October, 2019.  The States/UTs were however advised to ensure that any left out household was also covered under the programme to construct IHHL by entering details of such households in the online Integrated Management Information System (IMIS) of SBM (G). 

Having achieved the outcome of the ODF, Government has now been implementing Phase II of SBM (G) during the period from 2020-21 to 2024-25 with the focus to sustain the ODF status and to cover all the villages with solid and liquid waste management by 2024-25, i.e. to convert the villages from ODF to ODF Plus.  In order to ensure that no one is left behind in having access to toilets, provision for incentive support for construction of IHHLs for new emerging households has been continued under SBM (G) Phase-II.

Year-wise details of IHHLs constructed from 2016-17 to 2021-22 under SBM (G), as reported by the States/UTs on the IMIS, are given below:

Financial YearNo. of IHHLs constructed
2016-172,12,50,145
2017-182,87,79,807
2018-192,36,42,208
2019-201,19,45,526
2020-2147,60,689
2021-2222,61,114
Total         9,26,39,489

State-wise details are given in Annexure.

This information was given by the Minister of State, Shri Prahlad Singh Patel in a written reply in Rajya Sabha today.

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Annexure

State/UT-wise No. of IHHLs constructed under SBM (G) from 2016-17 to 2021-22
S.N.State/UT2016-172017-18         2018-19        2019-20         2020-21         2021-22
1A & N Islands97943611319419311699340
2Andhra Pradesh7884952209946379653269985699213928
3Arunachal Pradesh4285741461155742592116063561
4Assam102933981992978387730616041979982150
5Bihar80006632082065723691144117238524616744
6Chhattisgarh13922261382365722711154513353259836
7Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman & Diu014009634907141447
8Goa0643300168390
9Gujarat1542082421132104045547466318425109090
10Haryana1050473386433332812671496611173
11Himachal Pradesh805191006411021461
12Jammu & Kashmir77871570990404971423368660015372
13Jharkhand819418121704799209519442851694325653
14Karnataka708232139729572232923609117027188145
15Kerala194551368064193275111
16Ladakh36148374018060983
17Lakshadweep000000
18Madhya Pradesh18754022351886942688350379159139236118
19Maharashtra18917922191203356958732602246184124530
20Manipur4128561267733881161743613981
21Meghalaya4597387138198353137129935
22Mizoram339824324313671424856495
23Nagaland380731921150880133035459336
24Odisha122524975136520551981365680226790132673
25Puducherry2427793817637270668688
26Punjab10674873348596701005927798817015
27Rajasthan24830931910352144118713153295088147053
28Sikkim00212972416273488
29Tamil Nadu1139356219015965911615158690154100676
30Telangana49894810054016074775603241116699085
31Tripura4313231049138314796505406012223
32Uttar Pradesh1653491534133285912353987924917740756704
33Uttarakhand322994473761514925345398412119
34West Bengal22934881045889673737681007487838214001
Total2,12,50,1452,87,79,8072,36,42,2081,19,45,52647,60,68922,61,114

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