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Acute water crisis in Mumbai today

Mumbai, Jun 5 : Mumbaikars faced an acute shortage of water today due to water supply repair works undertaken by BMC.BMC plans to repair two 1,200 mm valves and work on giving a cross-connection under
acute water crisis in mumbai today - India TV
India TV News Desk June 05, 2013 9:17 IST
Mumbai, Jun 5 : Mumbaikars faced an acute shortage of water today due to water supply repair works undertaken by BMC.



BMC plans to repair two 1,200 mm valves and work on giving a cross-connection under a water supply tunnel project planned at Mahalaxmi Racecourse.

The 21-hour water cut  began  at 7 am and continue into the early hours of Thursday.

The 100% water cut will affect Parel, Dadar, Mahim, Matunga (excluding Dharavi), Kasturaba Hospital, Nair Hospital, Durga Devi Tank, M P Mill Compound, BDD Chawl (Parel), Worli BDD Chawl, Sir Pochkhanwala Road, Worli Koliwada, Worli dairy, and D Ward in Tardeo, Tulsi Wadi and Nana Chowk.

BMC has issued an advisory the day before for citizens to save water.

BMC will follow a 21-hour repair schedule to fix two valves under the water supply tunnel project at Mahalaxmi Racecourse.

The work will start around 7 am on June 5 and go on up to 4 am on June 6, reads a notice issued by BMC.

The areas most affected include Parel, Dadar, Mahim, Matunga (excluding Dharavi), Kasturaba Hospital, Nair Hospital, Durga Devi Tank, M P Mill Compound, BDD Chawl, Worli BDD Chawl, Sir Pochkhanwala Road, Worli Koliwada, Worli dairy, and D Ward in Tardeo, Tulsi Wadi and Nana Chowk.

People residing at these localities are requested to store sufficient amount of water," the notice stated.
 

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