Pune Water Supply to be Cut Every Thursday

Pune Water Supply
Pune Water Supply
Pune Water Supply

Pune Water Supply: Meteorological department has said that monsoon will arrive late this year. Therefore, it is predicted that there will be less rain this year even in June. Against this backdrop, the Pune Municipal Corporation has decided to stop water supply in the city every Thursday. (Latest Marathi News)

The Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) has decided to stop water supply in the city every Thursday from May 18, 2023. The decision has been taken in view of the possibility of low rainfall this year.

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The water levels in the dams in Pune district are currently low. The water level in the Khadakwasla dam, which is the main source of water for the city, is currently at 75%. The water level in the Panshet dam is at 72%, and the water level in the Varasgaon dam is at 68%.

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted that the monsoon will arrive late this year. The IMD has also predicted that there will be less rain this year even in June.

Against this backdrop, the PMC has decided to stop water supply in the city every Thursday. The water supply will be stopped from 8 pm on Thursday to 8 am on Friday.

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The PMC has appealed to the citizens to cooperate with the decision. The citizens have been asked to use water judiciously and to avoid wasting water.

The PMC has also said that it will be providing water tankers to the areas that will be affected by the water supply cuts.

The water supply cuts are likely to cause inconvenience to the citizens. However, the PMC has said that the decision has been taken in the interest of the city.

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The PMC has also said that it is taking steps to increase the water supply to the city. The PMC is working on a project to increase the water supply from the Bhama Askhed dam. The PMC is also working on a project to recycle water.

The PMC has said that it is confident that it will be able to meet the water needs of the city even with the water supply cuts.

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