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70 million water business in the metropolis, but the thirst is not quenched
Jhansi. The inhabitants of the metropolis spend several million rupees to quench their thirst. Even after that, his thirst is not quenched. Some have to refill water with hand pumps and some have to quench their thirst with water from tank trucks. The water business in the metropolis is worth several million rupees. Drive private water tankers, water is supplied from RO waterworks, and thirst is also quenched with hand pumps and drilling.
The population of the metropolis is 505693. To quench the thirst of so many people, 29 tube wells and 3286 hand pumps were installed in the metropolis. The water requirement is 78.51 MLD while the water availability is 65.47 MLD. One MLD contains 10 lakh liters of water. Since water pipes have not been laid in the whole city, only fifty thousand houses in the metropolis have water connections. The annual bill charged to each household is 1394 rupees. There are more than one lakh houses in the city. That means about half of the houses have water pipes. The rest rely on hand pumps and private drilling. If we estimate on the per month basis for a house, the income would be approximately Rs 14.70 crore per month. A pipeline was laid from the Matatila Dam to supply the metropolis with water. Jal Sansthan spends Rs 3.50 crore per month on this. The water is supplied via private drilling and hand pumps. Tankers operate in the summer. Today the department operates forty tankers. About one million rupees will be spent on it in four months. Due to the large area, tankers cannot deliver either. That is why the private tanker business is also doing very well. Around 300 rounds are fired daily by private tankers. That is, almost as many tankers as state tankers do private work. A private tanker is available for five hundred to one thousand rupees. Prices increase with distance. If we only take five hundred rupees per tanker, then one and a half lakh rupees will be spent on three hundred tankers a day. Fifty RO water systems were also installed. Water is also supplied from these systems. This water is mostly supplied to shops, hotels, wedding ceremonies or other events. Around 8,000 shops, 147 nursing homes, 175 godowns, 272 commercial buildings and around ten thousand apartments are transported on this every day, with the price per motorhome being 20 rupees. There is a turnover of about one lakh rupees. That is, many rupees are spent on water. There is still a water crisis. People are found lined up by hand pumps and tankers carrying water. In this way a business of about sixty to seventy million rupees is done in a month.
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Measuring system not applicable
The measuring system is not suitable for drawing water from the tap in the metropolis. Here, regardless of whether the house is one hundred square meters or five hundred square meters, the faucet bill will be 1,394 rupees annually. Since the meter system is not applicable here. Rather, the system implemented since 1999 continues to run. People abuse it too. Because those whose houses have lawns use domestic drinking water for irrigation. Some people use it when washing vehicles. There are around 55 car washes, but most of them are unregistered and wash vehicles indiscriminately. A motorcycle is charged 50 rupees and a car 200-300 rupees. It is different that the market is closed due to Corona.
Spent two million rupees on employees
91 lakh rupees are spent monthly on the salaries of Jal Sansthan’s employees. That being said, Rs 25 lakh per month is spent on the employees who are used to repair pipelines, valve lines, guards and hand pump repairmen. Around Rs 80 lakh is spent on the pension. A total of Rs 2 crore per month is spent on employees.
1 crore spent on electricity
Jal Sansthan spends around one million rupees on jibli to provide the people with water. It operates pipe wells and pumping stations. There’s a five-horsepower machine somewhere and a twenty-horsepower machine somewhere.
More trouble in these areas
Veerangana Nagar, Maharana Pratap Nagar, Mayur Vihar Colony, Rajput Colony, Dadiapura, Bhagwantpura, Kochhabhanwar, Simardha, Silvertganj, Gariagaon, Khairagaon, Sarai, Pal Colony, Siddheshwar Nagar, Taj Compound, Dar Murari Nagar, Su .or Kapakri Window, Khan, Mukrayana, Bisatkhanra, Una Gate outside, Aligol, Mewatipura etc. In summer the water crisis worsens.
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Everything is done to bring water to people. Wherever the complaint occurs, we try to resolve it immediately. Currently there is no water supply network in the entire metropolis, but its work continues under the Amrut scheme. A proposal is being prepared to send to the government to implement the metering system in the city. In doing so, suggestions are obtained through the formation of a committee as to how much account should be taken over by whom. The brainstorming on this plan is in progress. Kuldeep Singh, Senior Engineer, Water Institute.

70 million water business in the metropolis, but the thirst is not quenched

Jhansi. The inhabitants of the metropolis spend several million rupees to quench their thirst. Even after that, his thirst is not quenched. Some have to refill water with hand pumps and some have to quench their thirst with water from tank trucks. The water business in the metropolis is worth several million rupees. Drive private water tankers, water is supplied from RO waterworks, and thirst is also quenched with hand pumps and drilling.

The population of the metropolis is 505693. To quench the thirst of so many people, 29 tube wells and 3286 hand pumps were installed in the metropolis. The water requirement is 78.51 MLD while the water availability is 65.47 MLD. One MLD contains 10 lakh liters of water. Since water pipes have not been laid in the whole city, only fifty thousand houses in the metropolis have water connections. The annual bill charged to each household is 1394 rupees. There are more than one lakh houses in the city. That means about half of the houses have water pipes. The rest rely on hand pumps and private drilling. If we estimate on the per month basis for a house, the income would be approximately Rs 14.70 crore per month. A pipeline was laid from the Matatila Dam to supply the metropolis with water. Jal Sansthan spends Rs 3.50 crore per month on this. The water is supplied via private drilling and hand pumps. Tankers operate in the summer. Today the department operates forty tankers. About one million rupees will be spent on it in four months. Due to the large area, tankers cannot deliver either. That is why the private tanker business is also doing very well. Around 300 rounds are fired daily by private tankers. That is, almost as many tankers as state tankers do private work. A private tanker is available for five hundred to one thousand rupees. Prices increase with distance. If we only take five hundred rupees per tanker, then one and a half lakh rupees will be spent on three hundred tankers a day. Fifty RO water systems were also installed. Water is also supplied from these systems. This water is mostly supplied to shops, hotels, wedding ceremonies or other events. Around 8,000 shops, 147 nursing homes, 175 godowns, 272 commercial buildings and around ten thousand apartments are transported on this every day, which costs 20 rupees per motorhome. There is a turnover of about one lakh rupees. That is, many rupees are spent on water. There is still a water crisis. People are found lined up by hand pumps and tankers carrying water. In this way a business of about sixty to seventy million rupees is done in a month.

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Measuring system not applicable

The measuring system is not suitable for drawing water from the tap in the metropolis. Here, regardless of whether the house is one hundred square meters or five hundred square meters, the faucet bill will be 1,394 rupees annually. Since the meter system is not applicable here. Rather, the system implemented since 1999 continues to run. People abuse it too. Because those whose houses have lawns use domestic drinking water for irrigation. Some people use it when washing vehicles. There are around 55 car washes, but most of them are unregistered and wash vehicles indiscriminately. A motorcycle is charged 50 rupees and a car 200-300 rupees. It is different that the market is closed due to Corona.

Spent two million rupees on employees

91 lakh rupees are spent monthly on the salaries of Jal Sansthan’s employees. That being said, Rs 25 lakh per month is spent on the employees who are used to repair pipelines, valve lines, guards and hand pump repairmen. Around Rs 80 lakh is spent on the pension. A total of Rs 2 crore per month is spent on employees.

1 crore spent on electricity

Jal Sansthan spends around one million rupees on jibli to provide the people with water. It operates pipe wells and pumping stations. There’s a five-horsepower machine somewhere and a twenty-horsepower machine somewhere.

More trouble in these areas

Veerangana Nagar, Maharana Pratap Nagar, Mayur Vihar Colony, Rajput Colony, Dadiapura, Bhagwantpura, Kochhabhanwar, Simardha, Silvertganj, Gariagaon, Khairagaon, Sarai, Pal Colony, Siddheshwar Nagar, Taj Compound, Dar Murari Nagar, Su .or Kapakri Window, Khan, Mukrayana, Bisatkhanra, Una Gate outside, Aligol, Mewatipura etc. In summer the water crisis worsens.

execution

Every effort is made to bring water to people. Wherever the complaint occurs, we try to resolve it immediately. Currently there is no water supply network in the entire metropolis, but its work continues under the Amrut scheme. A proposal is being prepared to send to the government to implement the metering system in the city. In doing so, suggestions are obtained through the formation of a committee as to how much account should be taken over by whom. The brainstorming on this plan is in progress. Kuldeep Singh, Senior Engineer, Water Institute.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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