Throats dry out in summer and buy water to keep the throat warm

Women filling water from an urban tanker truck
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Firozabad. In the summer of June-July the throats dry up. People are forced to drink water after buying water to stop their throats, but officials from the relevant department do not pay attention. There is no drinking water supply from Service Road Subhash Tiraha to Nagla Bari, Jatavpuri, Asafabad. There’s a tank in Club Chauraha and Bodhashram Square but it’s dry so people took the faucet away too. There is no drinking water supply at the junction of Jatavpuri and Nagla Bari. In addition to the passers-by, the regional shopkeepers are also forced to get their own water. The same is the case with the city’s main Sadar Bazaar. There’s a pot here, but its water is hot.
People hike for cold water
There are benches in three places on the way from Subhash Tiraha to Gandhi Park Square, Central Square, Ghantaghar to Nalband Square. There is a cold water machine at the Subhash Tiraha shelter but it doesn’t work. There is a pot at the central intersection, but there is no cold water system to saturate the throat. The water from the Jama Masjid pot also comes out like fire.
Patient and patient drink water after purchasing
Patients and caregivers who come to the state trauma center must buy and drink water. A machine was installed to provide cold water to the patients, but the water does not come out cold. The water in the tank near the gate is also hot. An institution put a pot in front of gate number two on the premises of the district hospital. The cold water machine outside of the old emergency has become a showpiece.
There is no water system anywhere in Sadar Bazar. Many times the representatives of the public have been asked to install a soft water machine, but so far the problem has not been resolved.
Sanjay Bansal Tillu
There are no provisions for drinking water from Kakruu Kothi to Central Square. The bank that used to be at the club intersection is also closed, while there is a lot of crush at the club intersection.
Subhash Thakur

Firozabad. The throats dry out in the heat from June to July. People are forced to drink water after buying water to stop their throats, but officials from the relevant department do not pay attention. There is no drinking water supply from Service Road Subhash Tiraha to Nagla Bari, Jatavpuri, Asafabad. There’s a tank in Club Chauraha and Bodhashram Square but it’s dry so people took the faucet away too. There is no drinking water supply at the junction of Jatavpuri and Nagla Bari. In addition to the passers-by, the regional shopkeepers are also forced to get their own water. The same is the case with the city’s main Sadar Bazaar. There’s a pot here, but its water is hot.

People hike for cold water

There are benches in three places on the way from Subhash Tiraha to Gandhi Park Square, Central Square, Ghantaghar to Nalband Square. There is a cold water machine at the Subhash Tiraha shelter but it doesn’t work. There is a pot at the central intersection, but there is no cold water system to saturate the throat. The water from the Jama Masjid pot also comes out like fire.

Patient and patient drink water after purchasing

Patients and caregivers who come to the state trauma center must buy and drink water. A machine was installed to provide cold water to the patients, but the water does not come out cold. The water in the tank near the gate is also hot. An institution put a pot in front of gate number two on the premises of the district hospital. The cold water machine outside of the old emergency has become a showpiece.

There is no water system anywhere in Sadar Bazar. Many times the representatives of the public have been asked to install a soft water machine, but so far the problem has not been resolved.

Sanjay Bansal Tillu

There are no provisions for drinking water from Kakruu Kothi to Central Square. The bank that used to be at the club intersection is also closed, while there is a lot of crush at the club intersection.

Subhash Thakur

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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