The two north-eastern states of Assam and Meghalaya are yet to achieve 100 per cent electrification even as 25 states across the country achieved the feat by the end of 2018.
Apart from Assam and Meghalaya, Rajasthan and Chhatisgarh also failed to achieve the cent per cent target by 2018, according to a TOI report.
The report quoted a government statement saying that around 10.48 lakh households are left to be electrified in these four states.
Assam is on the top with as many as 5,47,309 households yet to be electrified.
Meghalaya has 1,08,353 households left for electrification.
Notably, the Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar Yojana (Saubhagya) attempts to achieve 100 per cent electrification across the country by March 31 this year.
As per scheme, all households both in urban and rural should be electrified by March 31, 2019.
In Assam, Dhubri district has the highest number of households which are yet to be electrified.
According to official reports, as many as 44,152 households are left to be electrified in Dhubri district followed by Nagaon district with 40,464 households without electricity. Nagaon is closely followed by Tinsukia which has 40,147 households left to be electrified.
In Meghalaya, West Garo Hills district has the highest number of un-electrified households followed by East Garo Hills district.