Only 30 percent of water entered the canal, how was the work? Only 30 percent of water entered the canal, how has the work gone?

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Bhiwani. There is bad news for the city’s residents in the face of the drinking water crisis. Only 30 percent of the canal water has reached. The situation is such that officials from the Department of Public Health are forced to lift water from the engines. In this situation, the situation may worsen in the coming days. Although currently, officials from the Department of Public Health are demanding a water supply of 40 MLD for city residents, except for one day, but the drinking water crisis is deepening in most of the settlements of the city. There was no water reaching the tail colonies. Now officials have only hope for the rain. According to irrigation department officials, the water in both Bhakra and Yamuna is much lower.
City residents have been facing the water crisis for the past few days. The situation is that due to the shortage of drinking water, drinking water is being supplied every day except one day. Public health department officials were hoping the water would reach the canal on June 29th. There was water in the canal but so little that no one had imagined it. According to irrigation department officials, only 30 percent of the water has reached the canal. Due to water scarcity, officials from the Department of Public Health are trying to lift the water and dump it in tanks.
We are now preparing to grab water from Ninan Watershed and Dabur Colony Watershed
Faced with the drinking water crisis in the city, the Department of Public Health has now made preparations to extract water from Ninan Waterhouse and Dabur Colony Waterhouse so that the thirst of the people of the old city can be quenched.
40 billion water supply, 50 percent misuse becomes a problem
Currently, the Department of Public Health supplies the city 40 MLD of water. The supply of drinking water is done one day except one day. According to department officials, if city residents use the water properly, that water is enough, but due to misuse, the water does not reach the tail colonies. According to Department of Public Health officials, up to 50 percent of water is misused. Misuse means that water flows into the ditch or fields instead of being used for human needs.
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There is very little water in the canal. Our pipes didn’t even sink. Now, lifting the pumping, only part of the canal water is being transported to the tanks, water is currently being supplied to the city except for one day. 40 MLD water is being supplied. If the water is not misused, it is enough, but up to 50% is misused.
Praveen Jangra, SDO, Department of Public Health
Currently the canal has water from zero to 88. It has only reached 30 percent of the canal water. The water in Bhakra and Yamuna is much lower. Now there is only hope for rain. If it rains, the situation will improve at WJC and we will get water in the canal. Officials from the Department of Public Health have also been informed of the situation.
Rahul Sharma, executive engineer, Jui Water Services Bhiwani

Bhiwani. There is bad news for the city’s residents in the face of the drinking water crisis. Only 30 percent of the canal water has reached. The situation is such that officials from the Department of Public Health are forced to lift water from the engines. In this situation, the situation may worsen in the coming days. Although currently, officials from the Department of Public Health are demanding a water supply of 40 MLD for city residents, except for one day, but the drinking water crisis is deepening in most of the settlements of the city. There was no water reaching the tail colonies. Now officials have only hope for the rain. According to irrigation department officials, the water in both Bhakra and Yamuna is much lower.

City residents have been facing the water crisis for the past few days. The situation is that due to the shortage of drinking water, drinking water is being supplied every day except one day. Public health department officials were hoping the water would reach the canal on June 29th. There was water in the canal but so little that no one had imagined it. According to irrigation department officials, only 30 percent of the water has reached the canal. Due to water scarcity, officials from the Department of Public Health are trying to lift the water and dump it in tanks.

We are now preparing to grab water from Ninan Watershed and Dabur Colony Watershed

Faced with the drinking water crisis in the city, the Department of Public Health has now made preparations to extract water from Ninan Waterhouse and Dabur Colony Waterhouse so that the thirst of the people of the old city can be quenched.

40 billion water supply, 50 percent misuse becomes a problem

Currently, the Department of Public Health supplies the city 40 MLD of water. The supply of drinking water is done one day except one day. According to department officials, if city residents use the water properly, that water is enough, but due to misuse, the water does not reach the tail colonies. According to Department of Public Health officials, up to 50 percent of water is misused. Misuse means that water flows into the ditch or fields instead of being used for human needs.

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There is very little water in the canal. Our pipes didn’t even sink. Now, lifting the pumping, only part of the canal water is being transported to the tanks, water is currently being supplied to the city except for one day. 40 MLD water is being supplied. If the water is not misused, it is enough, but up to 50% is misused.

Praveen Jangra, SDO, Department of Public Health

Currently the canal has water from zero to 88. It has only reached 30 percent of the canal water. The water in Bhakra and Yamuna is much lower. Now there is only hope for rain. If it rains, the situation will improve at WJC and we will get water in the canal. Officials from the Department of Public Health have also been informed of the situation.

Rahul Sharma, executive engineer, Jui Water Services Bhiwani

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