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Following requests from Jawahar Nagar, Dammaiguda and Nagaram, the State government has asked the Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply & Sewerage Board (HMWS&SB)  to consider extending the free drinking water supply scheme of 20,000 litres to these Urban Local Bodies owing to polluted ground water given their proximity to the dumpyard.

In a bid to provide water supply infrastructure to the extended areas outside GHMC limits within the Outer Ring Road (ORR), HMWSSB has taken up works worth Rs.209.63 crore in these three ULBs. A



total of 25 reservoirs are being built at a cost of Rs.31.86 crore and 508.17 km of water pipelines are being laid at a cost of Rs.177.77 crore in the three ULBs.

Special Chief Secretary (MA&UD) Arvind Kumar on Wednesday held a review meeting at the Jawaharnagar dumpyard with officials from GHMC, HMDA, HMWSSB, HRDCL, SNDP and RAMKY apart from the Mayors/Chairpersons and Municipal Commissioners of Nagaram, Dammaiguda and Jawahar Nagar. GHMC Commissioner Lokesh Kumar, ENC Ziauddin, ENC Public Health Sridhar were also present.

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