Delhi: Water supply will be done once a day!


Delhi: Amid the rising heat in Delhi, the mercury is going to cross 50 degrees Celsius. A new crisis has arisen in this scorching heat. The water level in the Yamuna River is continuously decreasing, due to which the water reaching the water treatment plants of Delhi Jal Board has reduced. This is affecting the water supply of Delhi and a water crisis has started arising in many areas. The Delhi government is constantly appealing to stop the wastage of water. The Delhi government has also warned of challan if the wastage of water does not stop. 


Delhi minister Atishi has claimed that in May, Haryana stopped pouring Delhi's share of water into the Yamuna river. Due to this, the crisis has arisen due to the falling water level. She has also indicated that the water supply will be done once a day instead of twice a day.

It is being said that a thousand-liter water tank has been installed in Vivekanand Camp of Chanakyapuri, but this tank has not been filled with water for many days. People say that they are not able to survive with 2 to 3 tankers. People are having to struggle a lot for water, people say how will they be able to survive if the water supply is cut.

Water supply will be done once a day

Atishi also said in a conversation with the media that several steps are being taken to supply water to all areas during the water crisis. For this, there are preparations to supply water only once a day instead of twice. Also, challans will be issued in 1-2 days if water is used to wash vehicles or if the tank overflows.

Big relief to laborers

Due to the scorching heat, the workers of Delhi have been given a big relief. Let us tell you that the workers will get paid leave from 12 noon to 3 pm, that is, there will be a 3-hour leave but the salary will not be deducted. This order has been issued by the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi given the scorching heat. The Lieutenant Governor has given instructions to provide an adequate amount of water, and coconut water to the workers at the construction sites, and has also given instructions to keep water in pitchers at the bus stand.