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Nagaland has more than 2.56 lakh rural households

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By Our Reporter Updated: Aug 21, 2020 7:56 pm
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Survey says the number of toilets built is same as the number of households in the state

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Dimapur, Aug. 21 (EMN):
The Swachh Bharat Mission-Gramin survey conducted from August 15 to the 20th reported a total rural household of 2, 56,153 in Nagaland.

The district-wise division was 38,359 in Dimapur; 25,607 in Kohima; 25,931 in Mokokchung; 29,620 in Mon; 29,751 in Phek; 28,888 in Tuensang; 12,256 in Wokha; 27,985 in Zunheboto; 13,482 in Peren; 16,180 in Kiphire; and 8,094 in Longleng.

As per the state chief minister’s dashboard, the number of household toilets built was the same as the number of households recorded in the survey.

The number of declared open defection-free villages was 1451.

As per the CM’s dashboard, the district-wise number of open defection-free villages were Dimapur (241); Kohima (110); Mokokchung (114); Mon (138); Phek (119); Tuensang (133); Wokha (153); Zunheboto (191); Peren (103); Kiphire (99); and Longleng (50).

However, the verified open defection-free villages were 1142 in total — Dimapur (196); Kohima (79); Mokokchung (114); Mon (69); Phek (88); Tuensang (88); Wokha (108); Zunheboto (191); Peren (65); Kiphire (95); and Longleng (49).

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By Our Reporter Updated: Aug 21, 2020 7:56:59 pm