CM starts work of internal water distribution system in Badarpur
NEW DELHI: Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal on Friday inaugurated the work of internal water distribution system in Jaitpur Extension Part-II, Khadda Colony in Badarpur Assembly Constituency. Presently, Jaitpur Extension Part-II, Khadda Colony does not have a water supply network. Water is being supplied in the area through tube wells & tankers. "The inauguration comes as a relief for the area, which has been facing a crisis of water due to lack of distribution network. It has been a long pending demand of the residents of the area and
public representative to cover this area with permanent water supply network," said an official. The water supply network inaugurated on Friday consists of laying of 34.57 km of water line of various dia pipes from 100 mm to 250 mm dia. The total cost of the project is Rs 7.23 crore. After completion of this project, water will be supplied through Apollo UGR/BPS and local tube
wells. The completion period of the work will be approximately 12 months and the project
will benefit 25,000 residents of the area. Once completed they will get piped water supply through individual water connection and get relief from the problem of short supply/no water.