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Water Problem Will Remain In These Areas Of Delhi Till December 27

Delhi Jal Board has said that water tankers will be available for the affected areas. If needed, people will be able to call for tankers by calling these numbers 1916, 1800117118, Central Control Room, Giri Nagar- 2647320, 26449877, Greater Kailash- 29234746, 29234747, Mandawali-22727812, Jagriti-22374834/22374237.

Water problem will remain in these areas of Delhi till December 27

Water supply will remain affected in some parts of Delhi on December 27.
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Delhi Jal Board (DJB) said on Saturday

Water supply will remain affected in many areas of the city on December 27 due to the annual cleaning of underground reservoirs and various pumping stations.
The DJB said in a statement that residents advised storing a sufficient quantity of water. Water supply affected in some areas on December 27 due to the annual cleaning of underground reservoirs and various pumping stations, the statement said.

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LIG DDA Flat Kalkaji, Panchsheel Enclave, Satya Niketan Area, Nehru Apartment, 124 LIG Flat Pot-4 Mayur Vihar Phase-1, Pot A, B, C, D Mayur Vihar. Vinay Marg, Akbar Road, Sarojini Nagar Laxmibai Nagar, Ashoka Hotel, Akbar Hotel, Nehru Park, Chanakyapuri, Teen Murti, Embassy, ​​Shanti Path, Safdarjung, Race Course, Maulana Azad Road, Sujan Singh Park, Parliament House Library, and water supply in areas will be affected.

AQI remains in the very poor category

With the increasing winter in Delhi, there is a sudden increase in air pollution once again. At the same time, according to the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research, the Air Quality Index is currently 398 (overall) in the ‘very poor category. Where the air quality remained in the ‘severe’ category due to low wind speed and high humidity. At the same time, the air quality index recorded at 425 on Friday morning.

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