The Delhi government Jal Board (DJB) has previously issued regulations for the construction of caves and new buildings for RWH buildings of at least 100 square meters in size.

NEW DELHI: The Delhi government announced on Monday that it will provide financial support of up to 50,000 rupees and a 10% tax on water costs to encourage people to stay in the water supply. The Delhi Jal Board (DJB) has previously issued regulations for the construction of caves and new buildings for RWH buildings of at least 100 square meters in size.

“The city government has set a deadline for the implementation of the RWH agreements until 31 December 2021,” the rainy season said. In addition, DJB certificates do not need to be collected to collect water.

“The Kejriwal Delhi government has also stopped the experiment … a registered architect and a committee of architects can install the RWH system as long as the building is DJB-type,” the release said.

“To create the RWH system, the government will provide financial assistance for 50 percent of the cost, up to 50,000 and ten percent of the water bills,” the minister said in a statement to Satyendar Jain.

Measure the brakes between 100 kv. Km. M. M and 199.99 square meters, financial support of 50 percent of the total cost of the RWH form or 10,000 rubles, regardless of the minimum amount. According to the section, the RWH system needs a special certificate to receive these benefits.

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