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Tuesday June 18, 2024

CDA increases water supply

By Our Correspondent
May 21, 2024
Chairman of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) Chaudhry Muhammad Ali Randhawa chairs a meeting on May 6, 2024. — Facebook/Capital Development Authority - CDA, Islamabad
Chairman of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) Chaudhry Muhammad Ali Randhawa chairs a meeting on May 6, 2024. — Facebook/Capital Development Authority - CDA, Islamabad

Islamabad:On the directions of the Chairman Capital Development Authority (CDA) Chaudhary Muhammad Ali Randhawa, the Water Supply Wing has taken measures to provide uninterrupted water to the citizens, so that the citizens do not have to face any kind of problem during the summer season.

In this regard, water supply has been increased keeping in mind the needs of citizens. According to details, water supply has been increased in the sectoral and non-sectoral areas of Islamabad due to sufficient water reserves. Similarly, problems like leakages in pipelines and reduction in water pressure are also being solved on a priority basis to ensure uninterrupted supply of water to the citizens. While the repair of the damaged tube well is also being made active within 24 hours.

According to the details, 25 tankers out of 30 tankers are fully functional, similarly 188 tube wells out of 200 tube wells are fully functional and 95 water filtration plants are also fully operational round the clock. Tests are also ensured every month from the laboratories of CDA and PCRW. While the field staff is also visiting the filtration plants on the basis of inspection so that the defects can be solved immediately.

Moreover, the process of installation of 12 more new filtration plants will also be started soon by the Water Supply Wing. New filtration plants will be installed in sectors I-14, I-16, D-12, I-11 and other sectors. While effective strategies are being adopted to maintain the quality of water so that the citizens can be provided with adequate quality water. The water supply department of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has assured that the complaints received will be redressed within twenty-four hours. Similarly, a separate helpline number 0335-7775444 has also been issued by the Water Supply Department for the convenience of the citizens so that the citizens do not face any kind of difficulties and the problems of the citizens can be solved at their doorsteps. While the duties of the relevant staff of the Water Supply Wing have also been made more stringent and orders have also been issued to them to stay in the field.