West Bengal, Punjab, Telangana, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Haryana, Bihar and Rajasthan wherein some of the districts are yet to achieve the target of 75 Amrit Sarovars per district
- Mission Amrit Sarovar has been launched by the Prime Minister on 24th April 2022 with an objective to provide sustainable water sources wherein every district is expected to construct/ rejuvenate a minimum of 75 Amrit Sarovar.
- The National target of 50,000 Amrit Sarovars has been achieved by following due guidelines of the Mission.
- This Mission is being implemented with a whole of Government Approach in which 8 Central Ministries/Department namely of Rural Development, Department of land resources, Department of Drinking Water and Sanitation, Department of Water resources, Ministry of Panchayati Raj, Ministry of Forest, Environment and Climate changes, Ministry of Railway, Ministry of Road, Transport & Highways are participating.
- Bhaskar Acharya National Institute for Space Application and Geo-informatics (BISAG-N) has been engaged as technical partner for the Mission.
- The Mission works through the States and Districts, through refocusing of various schemes such as Mahatma Gandhi NREGS, XV Finance Commission Grants, PMKSY sub schemes such as Watershed Development Component, Har Khet Ko Pani besides States’ own schemes.
- It may also be mentioned that the Mission encourages mobilization of citizen and non-govt resources for supplementing these efforts.