Mumbai Water Supply Cut Today News: BMC announces water cut; Check full list of affected areas

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Mumbai Water Supply Cut Today News: BMC announces water cut; Check full list of affected areas

Mumbai Water Supply Cut Today News, Water Supply Cut In Mumbai Today: Citizens of Mumbai will have to face water shortage as the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has announced a major water cut. According to officials, this will affect at least 10 wards of Mumbai. The water cut will be for 24 hours between November 29 and November 30.

Over 7 lakh people are likely to be affected because of this water supply cut. BMC officials said that people should save water a few days in advance. Also, all emergency services will be provided via water tankers.

The two wards that will be most affected because of this decision will be K East and K West. 

According to the BMC, the water supply cut has been necessitated because of the various repair works being undertaken in the Powai and Veravali reservoir areas. The repair works will start at 8:30 am on November 29 and will continue till 8:30 am on November 30. 

Apart from the repair work, the cross-connection of two 1800 mm pipelines is a major project. It is to be noted that 1800 mm pipelines are huge water pipelines having heavy water pressure. This is why is water supply has to be cut for the intersection. 

Mumbai Water Supply Cut Today News: List of Affected Areas

 

At least 10 areas of K East ward will be impacted because of the water supply cut. Several areas like Jogeshwari East, MIDC, Seepz Andheri East of the ward will not get water during the supply cut. 

While there will be no water supply in areas like Gundavli Azad Nagar and Nehru Road, Sher-e-Punjab and Anand Nagar will not get water on November 30.

Other wards like L Ward, N Ward, S Ward, P South Ward, H West and M West will have partial disconnection or water supply with low pressure. Some areas of P South ward – comprising areas like Goregaon West and Ram Mandir – will face similar situations.

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