MCG meets to tackle water problems in Gurgaon: Blockage removed and 150 tankers added
With temperatures reaching its limits, Gurgaon faces severe water shortage. Gurgaon was suffering with water problems for the past few days with residents not even having the requisite amount of water to drink or feed their children.
Till now, there was no
solution to the summer's biggest problem. Finally, Municipal
Corporation of Gurgaon
(MCG) has woken up to the residents plight and
is trying their best to fix the issue as soon as possible. They had a
meeting on Wednesday where they looked into the water problem of
Gurgaon and came up with a number of solutions.
MCG commissioner, Praveen
Kumar, when asked about the meeting, said, “We called up emergency
meeting late Tuesday night and the following morning, discussing the
major issue or the major flaw, which resulted in water crisis. The
matter has been taken care of and it is expected that there will be
no more water shortage in the city. One of the HUDA pipelines was
blocked and has been repaired now and there is the usual flow of
water. MCG has also issued more than 150 water tankers to quench
one's thirst and meet all the needs of the people.”
He added, “Many points
were taken up in the meeting and we tried our best to solve each and
every problem. I, myself will be going on routine checkups to look
into the present conditions and get the feedback from the residents.”
Many areas in Gurgaon
suffered from electricity cuts leading to water shortage. People were
forced to put their daily chores at halt and wait for a remedy.
People, earlier complained that they called up the MCG office but no
one responded. At last, they were either given the number of the
junior engineer or were just hung up on the phone.
With Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon's
taking crucial steps to solve every problem of the Millennium City
residents, it is expected that Gurgaon would have some respite.
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