Under the border area development scheme, the Indian government has approved a project to illuminate backward villages in Shravasti district of Uttar Pradesh on the Indo-Nepal border with solar energy.
The service would be free for the villagers and the responsibility of looking after the solar streetlights would be entrusted to the villagers themselves.
A large part of Shravasti district comes under the Sohelwa forest division which is spread across 452 square kilometers and includes several gram panchayats of Gaisdi, Pachpedwa, Haraiyya and Tulsipur development blocks. About 100 villages of these are located on the Indo-Nepal border and the development in these villages is confined to files only, with most not even electrified.
As part of the scheme, 100 solar streetlights would be installed in the first phase in villages adjoining the border under Gaisdi, Pachpedwa, Tulsipur and Haraiyya development blocks of Bahraich district, and for this, Rs 25 lakh would be spent.
District Finance and Statistics Officer Rajesh Kumar Singh said the process of selecting villages to be benefited by the scheme has been started.
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