Mumbai: 24-hour water cut in start from today:
The BMC has been undertaking routine maintenance work to ensure the city keeps receiving good quality water in sufficient amounts. The maintenance work will also carry out to arrest leakages at Powai on October 26 and 27 from 10 am to 10 next morning.
Mumbaikars will confront water cuts today in a few regions, as educated by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation(BMC). The BMC said the water supply will influenced for 24 hours because of fix work. At its water siphoning station at Bhandup and Pise Panjrapur Complexes.
As indicated by BMC authorities, upkeep work booked for the substitution of two 1,200mm width conduit valves. At the 1910 MLD siphoning station of Bhandup Complex, and substitution work of Stage 3 siphon set at Pise Panjrapur Complex will likewise completed. Aside from this, the BMC likewise plans to go to spillages at a 1,800mm distance across water mains.
Mumbai Areas to be affected:
Attributable to this, on Tuesday somewhere in the range of 10 am and 10 pm there will a 15 percent water cut in the entirety of the city and rural areas. There likewise works proposed to capture spillages. At Powai on Tuesday and Wednesday from 10 am to 10 am the next morning. It will bring about a total stoppage of the water supply. In regions under K/East, S, G/North, and H/East wards of the BMC.
“WATER IS THE DRIVING FORCE OF ALL NATURE.”
The regions to be influenced because of water cut are Chakala, Prakash Wadi, Ramkrishna Mandir Road, JB Nagar, Bagarkha Road, Kanti Nagar in K East ward, Dharavi Main Road, Ganesh Temple Road in G North, and Bandra Terminal in H/East Ward. Attributable to the circumstance, the BMC has engaged residents to collaborate by putting away adequate water stock. In their homes for Tuesday and Wednesday. “All residents thusly mentioned to store water and co-work with BMC,” said the municipal authorities, reports news organization PTI.
The BMC has attempted routine upkeep work to guarantee. The city continues to get great quality water in adequate sums.