Budget Speech para. 139: "In line with the objective of increasing the reach of pipe-borne water at least to 60% by 2020, we have undertaken Rs.45,000 Mn worth of water projects covering all Districts. We will extend our support further, through community-based Water Supply Schemes - “Praja Jala Abhiman” – to cover 1,000 villages, where almost 200,000 families will benefit in the next 2 years."
Information on progress was obtained through the report on "Progress of Large Scale Development Projects and Programmes as at 30th September 2019" made available on the website of Department of Project Management and Monitoring.
According to the information made available online by the Department of Project Management and Monitoring, progress as at 30 September 2019 was 120% of the target set for 2019. In the absence of information pertaining to the full year, progress has been assessed using this information.
The Ministry of Urban Development, Water Supply and Housing Facilities was ranked 8th out of 16 government institutions assessed in 2019. The rank was determined based on the weighted average score of 61.3 received by the ministry (weighted average based on allocation). This score was based on the disclosure of information on 7 proposals assessed in 2019, which were under the purview of the ministry.
Budget Speech para. 129 & para. 141: Fully usable information was obtained for both proposals through the website of the ministry.
Budget Speech para. 134: Fully usable information for the proposal was obtained through a request filed under the Right To Information Act and was received within the stipulated timelines.
Budget Speech para. 43 & para. 139: Partially usable information was obtained for both proposals through the website of the Department of Project Management & Monitoring.
Budget Speech para. 44 & para. 130: No information on progress was available for the proposals.
For detailed information on the method of calculating the weighted average scores: http://www.budgetpromises.org/en/how-it-works