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Atishi urges Haryana govt to release water

Updated on: 18 June,2024 07:30 AM IST  |  New Delhi
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Atishi said the Wazirabad barrage gets water from Haryana which goes to the water treatment plants of Chandrawal, Okhla and Wazirabad

Atishi urges Haryana govt to release water

Delhi Minister Atishi inspects the Wazirabad water treatment plant. File pic/PTI

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Delhi Water Minister Atishi on Monday visited the Wazirabad barrage and appealed to the Haryana government to release water in the Yamuna river.


Atishi said the Wazirabad barrage gets water from Haryana which goes to the water treatment plants of Chandrawal, Okhla and Wazirabad.


“If no water is received, how will the water treatment plants work? We appeal to Haryana that the people in Delhi are worried and they should release water in Yamuna river,” she added.  


Delhi water crisis BJP-made: Sanjay

AAP MP Sanjay Singh alleged that the water crisis was orchestrated by BJP. Singh accused the saffron party of hatching a conspiracy against the residents of the national capital. There was no immediate reaction from the BJP on the allegations. “I am saying there is a BJP-sponsored water crisis. BJP wants no water for Delhi people and there are doing all conspiracies to ensure it,” Singh alleged.

Supply to be affected in Lutyens’ Delhi

Water supply will be affected in parts of Lutyens’ Delhi, NDMC officials said. “As informed by DJB that production of potable water from Wazirabad water plant is not running at full capacity due to non-availability of raw water, hence water supply in command area of Tilak Marg underground water reservoir (UGR) and Bengali market UGR will be made available once in a day, preferably in morning time,” the official said. 

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