Under ambitious Saubhagya Yojana, the Narendra Modi government has now achieved 100% household electrification in 14 states. This year, in April, the joint efforts of UPA and NDA government got each village in India electrified. The government had set the target of 100% household electrification by March 2019. But the power ministry reiterated on several occasions that it will achieve the aim by the end of this year. According to\u00a0Saubhagya Yojana real-time dashboard,\u00a020,77,57,408 households have been electrified, while 95,77,641 are yet to be electrified. With\u00a01,50,57,882 households, West Bengal has topped the list highest house electrification. Also Read -\u00a0In next 50 days, every household in India will have electricity connection; only these many houses left So far, 14 states have achieved 100% household electrification; here's the list: West Bengal: 1,50,57,882 households Bihar: 1,39,73,122 households Madhya Pradesh:\u00a01,26,21,007 households Andhra Pradesh: 1,14,25,248 households Gujarat: 1,14,14,532 households Tamil Nadu: 1,02,85,848 households Kerala: 98,13,032\u00a0households Telangana: 65,13,375\u00a0households Punjab: 36,89,970 households Jammu & Kashmir: 24,39,547\u00a0households Tripura: 7,88,783 households Mizoram: 2,41,682 households Goa: 1,28,208 households Puducherry: 95,616 households Saubhagya scheme provides free electricity\u00a0connections to all households to both above poverty line and poor families in rural areas and to poor families in urban areas. Read who gets what under Saubhagya Yojana According to the government, each day 1 lakh households are getting electrified. If the government accelerates the process from the current 1.1 lakh to 1.9 lakh households a day, the December-end deadline can be achieved.