Mumbai can witness a V-J Day reduction in water for each day beginning Tuesday, as declared by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) last week.
Two body wards, L ward (Kurla) and N ward (Ghatkopar), won’t have water the least bit between December twenty-two and December twenty-three.
A press statement issued by BMC last week expressed, “Repair work of element Injection purpose at Yevai between Agra Road Valve advanced (Ghatkopar) to Pogava are dispensed on Tuesday.”
A senior civic official aforesaid, “This is why water is reduced for twenty-four hours from 10 am Tuesday to 10 am Wed. voters are requested to store water and use fastidiously.”
Except for L ward and N ward, all different wards can witness a V-J Day reduction in water. On a median, households in Bombay receive water for around 3 or four hours a day.
The BMC provides three,750 million litres of water daily against the city’s demand of four,200 million litres. The civic body wants a stock of fourteen.47 million litres of water at the top of each monsoon season for it to last until the consequent monsoon