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HMWSSB MD reviews water supply in Old City
Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (HMWSSB) Managing Director M Dana Kishore inspected the supply of drinking water in several areas of Old City on Wednesday.
Hyderabad: Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (HMWSSB) Managing Director M Dana Kishore inspected the supply of drinking water in several areas of Old City on Wednesday.
The Managing Director inspected the proposed work of laying of 300mm dia MS pipe line by tapping 1,200mm dia Krishna Phase – I near Engine Bowli X Road to Vattepally reservoir to improve water supplies and convert to alternate day water supply for the areas of Bibi Ka Chasma , Achi Reddy nagar Madina Colony part, Farooq Nagar Fatima nagar,
Farooq Nagar Parda Gate, Bangladesh Galli under MRG Section Sub Division – I of O & M Division – I along the alignment of the proposed line and approved an amount of Rs.148 lakhs. Further, the MD directed the staff to complete within 3 month of time after tender process was completed.
Dana Kishore instructed the General Manager to take up the work of cleaning of Vattepally reservoir ELSR immediately and further instructed to keep the linemen to reside permanently in the available room at Vattepally reservoir.
He further instructed the General Manager to put up the proposal of providing additional Air Tech Machine in MRG Section to minimise the number of sewerage overflow complaints.