The Delhi Jal Board apprised Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of various projects to provide a 24x7 water supply to the city.
The Delhi Jal Board in a review meeting with Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday, apprised the latter of various ongoing projects and planned future projects to provide a 24x7 water supply to the people of Delhi.
The DJB has so far laid out pipelines in 1,622 colonies out of 1,799 in the city and claimed that in the next six months the mentioned colonies will have acess to clean water supply from these pipelines. Besides this, the water pipeline will reach the remaining 113 colonies by March 2022.
“Under the water project, 580 unauthorised and authorized colonies of PPP area and Sangam Vihar have been included, out of which 517 colonies have been connected with water network. The remaining colonies will be connected by December 2021,” DJB said in a statement.
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