- Three govt workers in Latur have been denied a pay increase after they were discovered in charge of creating wastage of water in the dry city
- The episode became known on Aug 21 with 1.5 lakh liters of water wasted from 6 overhead tanks, oversaw by the Latur Municipal Corporation, because of a flood for 20 minutes
Three government workers in Latur, including a Class I officer, have been denied a pay increase after they were discovered in charge of bringing about wastage of water in the dry city.
The uncommon activity was connected with the August 21 occurrence of wastage of 1.5 lakh liters of water from six overhead tanks, oversaw by the Latur Municipal Corporation (LMC), because of a flood for 20 minutes. Each of the three are from the LMC's water supply office.
Area gatherer Pandurang Pole, the acting LMC boss rebuffed the trio after a test. In his clarification, the Class I officer has considered his two subordinates in charge of the occurrence. Post, nonetheless, considered every one of the three dependable in the wake of inspecting the whole episode.
Inhabitants of Latur started getting water through taps toward the beginning of August after a hole of about six months. Till then, a train was conveying 25 lakh liters of water from Miraj in western Maharashtra to the dry city consistently. Indeed, even now, water is being supplied following a crevice of 15 days.
The LMC has been lifting water from Nagzari and Sai floods for supply to the city and is putting away it in the six overhead tanks. "It (the water squandered) could have extinguished the thirst of hundreds. The activity will send a solid flag," a locale organization official said.
The possibility of open hirelings being considered responsible for their demonstrations of exclusion and commission is one that this daily paper has pushed vivaciously and reliably.
We have constantly held that unless individual responsibility is altered and discipline distributed as needs be, government organizations will have minimal impetus to serve the natives as they are intended to do.
In that light, this is a stage in the right heading. We trust that this activity in Latur won't remain an erratic and that it will end up being the standard.