Delhi taps to run dry: Water supply to be disrupted in THESE places in the capital city; Details here
Delhi Jal Board (DJB) announced that water supply will be disrupted in several areas of Delhi on February 10 and 11 due to ongoing repairs.
Delhi taps will run dry today evening in certain regions of the national capital as per Delhi Jal Board (DJB) notice. The official notice issued yesterday, February 8, informed that water supply will not be available in the evening of February 10 and will be available at low pressure in the morning of February 11.
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These water supply disruptions are a result of ongoing repairing works at 120 MGD VT Pump House, Wazirabad and Chandrawal water treatment plants. These plants will be non-operational for 6 hours on February 10 from 10:00AM onwards and thus, water supply will not be available in the evening of the same day and will be available at low pressure in the morning of next day.
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The notice further advised residents of the above mentioned affected areas to store sufficient quantity of water in advance as per requirement while water tanker will be made available on request. For more information residents must refer to the official notice.
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