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CM inaugurates work for laying pipeline in Narela

NEW DELHI: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday inaugurated work for laying the water pipeline in Narela resettlement colonies in north west Delhi.
The project will bring 12 resettlement colonies, located in Narela Assembly Constituency, under the piped water supply network.
"The project will benefit 1,20,000 residents of the area. DJB (Delhi Jal Board) is working hard to connect the maximum possible number of colonies to the piped water supply network," said an official of the Board.
He added that the Board, with its limited available raw water resources, has brought about tremendous improvement in its water management, resulting in the improvement of the water supply in many colonies and villages through DJB's water distribution network.
"Water in these resettlement colonies of Narela Assembly Constituency will be provided from Holambi Kalan underground reservoir/ Palla area Ranney well and Tubewell.
"Once completed, the project will benefit around 1,20,000 residents of these colonies. The total cost of the work is estimated at Rs 828 lakhs," the official further said.
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