MUMBAI: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Monday issued a notification saying that water supply will be completely cut off for three days in different parts of Mumbai in the coming days. According to the civic body, places like Parel and Naigaon will face water problem on October 5 (10 am) and October 6 (10 am). Also read- Bengaluru: Water supply will be affected in these places on September 12. See the list of regions here
According to a Hindustan Times report, places like Andheri and Vile Parle will have restricted water supply on October 6, 7. The scheduled time of interrupted water supply will start from 10 am on 6th October and will continue till 7th October (10 am). Also Read – Odisha’s Puri Becomes First Indian City To Get 24/7 Quality Drinking Water Supply
The civic body has advised the citizens of Mumbai to collect water and cooperate with the situation. Also read- Water supply will be affected in some parts of Delhi from tomorrow, see the list of areas here
At present, the seven lakes supplying drinking water to Mumbai account for 73.86 per cent. The civic body also supplies 3,850 million liters of water daily against the 4,200 million liters that the city demands.
Places like Kurla, Andheri, Ram Mandir, Ghatkopar and Goregaon will face complete cut in water supply. Earlier, in the month of August, Mumbai’s western and eastern suburbs also faced disrupted water supply as the civic body carried out repair work.