There is water in Gondia district, where water scarcity occurs in other parts of the state. The same thing is known by the district administration that Gondia district tracker is free from the district administration. Actually, water has been flooded in Gondia city today, and water has been supplied by the tanker in some parts of the city.
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Gondia: Gondia district has water in the state where water scarcity is located elsewhere in the state. The same thing is known by the district administration that Gondia district tracker is free from the district administration. Actually, water has been flooded in Gondia city today, and water has been supplied by the tanker in some parts of the city.
If you look in the city, there are more than 700 public handpumps. It has a number of private handpumps in thousands of homes. But most of the 700 handpumps are unheard of. According to Municipal Council Engineer Umesh Surende, about 25-30 handpumps are unheard of. It seems that there is no attempt at repairing this handpump at the same time. It seems that the staff is not available for repair of this handpump. In this case, tankers have to supply water where necessary.
There are 60 pump houses in the city council. Drinking water is provided through this pump house. However, it is said that water from this pump house is being used for washing not only for drinking but also for washing clothes. Also, in some parts of the city, the pump house does not have water supply. Because, they are unkempt or broken.
There is no water supply in the evening
Due to the end of the Wainganga river water, there is not enough water from Dangorli Ghat to Gondia town. There are around 15 thousand taps connections in the city. Thus, the water is being given water only in the morning by looking at the water scarcity. Now, 90 kilometer distance between the priests has been brought from the project to Dangorli. However, no decision has yet been taken to release water in the evening. Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran’s Sub-Divisional Engineer Rajendra Madke said, “I can not say anything about this.” Then Majpra’s Executive Engineer Ratnakar Chandrakapure will wait for the Bandh to be completed before the Wainganga river. After that, the water level brought in the river will remain stable and after this the decision will be taken.