People face hardships due to leakage in main pipeline
People face hardships due to leakage in main pipeline.
Normal water supply could be restored from Thursday NEARLY half of the population, on Tuesday faced water scarcity due to discontinuation of water supply from Ramnagar Plant.
A large number of overhead tanks, which supplied potable water to nearly 40 wards of the city remained parched.
Residents of various affected areas complained that they did not receive potable water through tankers which was promised by Jabalpur Municipal Corporation (JMC).
A large number of residents from nearly 40 wards of the city faced water scarcity due to leakage in main water supply pipeline.
Residents could not get potable water on Tuesday morning.
Though the Water Department of JMC started repairing the work, but it would not be able to resume normal water supply on Wednesday as well.
The Water Department has started repairing work but it could complete the work in next one or two days.
Water Department has claimed that it had sent a large number of water tankers to various affected areas in the city and provided needed water to the residents.
Now, the fresh leakage in the pipeline would again trouble people for several days.