Delhi-NCR Water Shortage: The festivals of Dussehra are to be celebrated in the month of October, Diwali and Bhaiya Dooj in the month of November. In such a situation, if someone suddenly tells you that there may be a water shortage during festivals, you will feel very bad. Exactly similar news is for the people living in Delhi-NCR. It is being told that there may be a severe water shortage here for 20 days. In this context, UP Irrigation Department has given a big update. On the other hand, when people came to know about this, they protested. Now the big question is, how can there be a huge water shortage before the upcoming festivals? Let us know.
Heavy water shortage in Delhi-NCR in coming days
Let us tell you that big news is coming from the UP Irrigation Department regarding the huge water shortage in Delhi-NCR. Actually, the Ganga canal is cleaned every year after the rains. The reason for this is that dirt and silt are removed well from it. After which water is supplied to the areas of NCR. In such a situation, now there is news that there is a plan to clean the Ganga canal. In such a situation, water supply may be affected for the next 20 days from 24 October to 14 November. In such a situation, the people of NCR may have to face a lot of problems.
what do people say
On this issue, the people of Ghaziabad say that the Municipal Corporation should find another alternative to the water problem. So that we do not face water problems. Let us tell you that the water supply will remain fully operational for three days. But as soon as the work of cleaning the canal is started, a series of problems will start.
Let us tell you that it takes 72 hours for water to reach Pratap Vihar Water Plant of Ghaziabad. This water comes from Haridwar. This water can be stored for 3 days. In such a situation, water is expected to remain smooth only for three days. Now it has to be seen what stand the authority takes on this. People should store some water. Also, do not waste water unnecessarily.
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