Hyderabad, Jan 1 (Hydnow): A crucial update for Hyderabad’s water infrastructure involves ongoing junction works on a key pipeline in Santosh Nagar.
This 1600 mm dia MS gravity main plays a vital role in supplying drinking water to the city and the works are crucial to its long-term stability.
These improvements are being undertaken as part of the Strategic Road Development Plan (SRDP) and are designed to avoid disrupting the newly constructed flyover at Santoshnagar. Officials emphasize meticulous planning to ensure minimal impact on water supply.
While the works themselves are essential, they will necessitate a temporary interruption in water supply for residents in several areas. From 6 AM on Wednesday, January 3rd, to 6 AM on Thursday, January 4th, the following areas will be affected:
The Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (HMWSSB) urges residents in these areas to utilize available water judiciously during this period. While inconveniences are expected, officials assure residents that the short-term disruption will ultimately benefit the city’s water security and infrastructure in the long run.
Junction works on a vital water pipeline in Santosh Nagar that will temporarily disrupt supply in several areas.
The disruption will occur from 6 AM on January 3rd to 6 AM on January 4th. Affected areas include Miralam, Kishanbagh, Santoshnagar, and more. Residents are advised to use available water wisely during this period.
The long-term benefits of improved water infrastructure outweigh the temporary inconvenience. (Hydnow)
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