In Raksa, water does not come out of the taps for six days

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Jhansi. The water crisis has worsened in the village of Raksa near the metropolis. People are upset because there has been no water in the taps here for the past six days. He buys a case of water from private tanker operators for five rupees. Only one tanker drives here in the scorching heat.
A water crisis has long existed in the village of Raksa. The administration has the problem largely under control here after the pipeline is laid, but the problem still deepens in between. People are upset because there is no water available in the faucets attached to the pipeline for six days. The hand pumps that give water are crowded with people. A tanker is run by the administration, which is proving to be inadequate. The population here is about fifteen thousand. 140 hand pumps were installed, 80 of which are defective. To address the water shortage, people here buy water from private tankers. They have to spend five rupees for a box of water. Because of this, extra money is being spent on water in people’s homes. Due to the drop in the water level of the wells, dirty water gets into them, which prevents people from using it.
Water is a big problem. There is no tap for six days. That is why we have to buy water. The problem is not solved. – Santosh Kumar
It’s getting hot. No water comes from above. Because of this, the private tanker has to wait. Buying a box of water for Rs 5 from a tanker. – Ravindra Kumar
Water is a common problem in the village. The problem arose from the low water level of most hand pumps. Find a permanent solution to the water problem. – Rajendra Rajput
There is a crowd at Athai Mohalla’s hand pump. This is the only source of water. If the taps keep going there is no problem. There is a problem with the rooster not coming. Ajay Pratap Singh
There are 15 mohallas in the village of Raksa. Water is a problem in all localities. The taps haven’t come on for six days. That is why we have to buy water. – Abhishek Tripathi
The suction shaft has been cleaned. As part of the Jal Jeevan Mission, work to elevate the pipe in the Pahunj Dam has been completed. This means that the water supply is no longer impaired. The water supply is restored in the morning.
– Kuldeep Singh, Senior Engineer, Jal Sansthan

Jhansi. The water crisis has worsened in the village of Raksa near the metropolis. People are upset because there has been no water in the taps here for the past six days. He buys a case of water from private tanker operators for five rupees. Only one tanker drives here in the scorching heat.

A water crisis has existed in the village of Raksa for a long time. The administration has the problem largely under control here after the pipeline is laid, but the problem still deepens in between. People are upset because there is no water available in the faucets attached to the pipeline for six days. The hand pumps that give water are crowded with people. A tanker is operated by the administration, which is proving to be inadequate. The population here is about fifteen thousand. 140 hand pumps were installed, 80 of which are defective. To address the water shortage, people here buy water from private tankers. They have to spend five rupees for a box of water. Because of this, extra money is being spent on water in people’s homes. Due to the lowering of the water level of the wells, dirty water gets into them, preventing people from using it.

Water is a big problem. There is no tap for six days. That is why we have to buy water. The problem is not solved. – Santosh Kumar

It’s getting hot. No water comes from above. Because of this, the private tanker has to wait. Buying a box of water for Rs 5 from a tanker. – Ravindra Kumar

Water is a common problem in the village. The problem arose from the low water level of most hand pumps. Find a permanent solution to the water problem. – Rajendra Rajput

There is a crowd at Athai Mohalla’s hand pump. This is the only source of water. If the taps keep going there is no problem. There is a problem with the rooster not coming. Ajay Pratap Singh

There are 15 mohallas in the village of Raksa. Water is a problem in all localities. The taps haven’t come on for six days. That is why we have to buy water. – Abhishek Tripathi

The suction shaft has been cleaned. As part of the Jal Jeevan Mission, work to elevate the pipeline in the Pahunj Dam was completed. This means that the water supply is no longer impaired. The water supply is restored in the morning.

– Kuldeep Singh, Senior Engineer, Jal Sansthan

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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