Mathura: Drinking water system stalled on Bakrid, Namazi thirsty for water

Community Commissioner Anunay Jha came to repair the stalled drinking water system.
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Mathura. On Eid-ul-Azha, the biggest festival of the Muslims, the Namazis longed for every drop of drinking water due to the negligence of the government agencies. To keep order, the Municipal Corporation sent a dozen water tankers to supply Muslim settlements. The community commissioner reprimanded XEN Jal Nigam and the general manager in charge of water, saying that if you had all made up at night, such a situation would not have arisen. The municipal commissioner sat at the pumping station and was busy eliminating the technical malfunction. On this occasion, he also ordered a transformer from the electricity office.
Due to the rain on Tuesday night, the drinking water supply in the areas of the Muslim Basti Manoharpura, Diggate, Nai Basti etc. came to a standstill due to an interruption in the power supply to the Group’s Bhuteshwar zonal pumping station. Upon learning of the interruption, the city commissioner investigated Anunay Jha and found that the power supply could not be restored despite a period of more than 10 hours, whereupon he phoned the director of the electricity company. He also called on local power officials to repair the power supply immediately. Meanwhile, in order to overcome the drinking water shortage, all Muslim settlements tried to control the potentially unpleasant situation by selling water tankers.
Sachin Gupta, EXEN from Krishna Nagar area, said there was no shortage in the department. The power supply is uninterrupted up to the meter of the 450 kW transformer installed in the Bhuteshwar pumping station. Water Works and Jal Nigam are responsible for the repair and maintenance of the transformers and BCBs installed in this pumping station. Upon reaching the point it was discovered that there was a problem with the BCB, one of its damaged insulators was replaced causing the cable to explode.

Mathura. On Eid-ul-Azha, the biggest festival of the Muslims, the Namazis longed for every drop of drinking water due to the negligence of the government agencies. To keep order, the Municipal Corporation sent a dozen water tankers to supply Muslim settlements. The community commissioner reprimanded XEN Jal Nigam and the general manager in charge of water, saying that if you had all made up at night, such a situation would not have arisen. The municipal commissioner sat at the pumping station and was busy eliminating the technical malfunction. On this occasion, he also ordered a transformer from the electricity office.

Due to the rain on Tuesday night, the drinking water supply in the areas of the Muslim Basti Manoharpura, Diggate, Nai Basti etc. came to a standstill due to an interruption in the power supply to the Group’s Bhuteshwar zonal pumping station. Upon learning of the interruption, the city commissioner investigated Anunay Jha and found that the power supply could not be restored despite a period of more than 10 hours, whereupon he phoned the director of the electricity company. He also called on local power officials to repair the power supply immediately. Meanwhile, in order to overcome the drinking water shortage, all Muslim settlements tried to control the potentially unpleasant situation by selling water tankers.

Sachin Gupta, EXEN from Krishna Nagar area, said there was no shortage in the department. The power supply is uninterrupted up to the meter of the 450 kW transformer installed in the Bhuteshwar pumping station. Water Works and Jal Nigam are responsible for the repair and maintenance of the transformers and BCBs installed in this pumping station. Upon reaching the point it was discovered that there was a problem with the BCB, one of its damaged insulators was replaced causing the cable to explode.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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