Restore twice a day water suppy: Corporators to civic body
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Corporators in the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) on Monday demanded that the civic administration restore twice a day water supply in the central parts of the city. The civic administration, however, refused to withdraw the water cut and clarified that any decision on restoring the supply will be taken by month-end.
Raising the issue in the general body meeting, corporators of all the political parties pointed out that the water storage in the dams is sufficient and there was no need to continue with the water cut.
"The civic body has urged irrigation department to allow it to lift water to its full potential to meet the demand during Ganesh Festival," said municipal commissioner Mahesh Pathak.
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