Qazi Bagh complains of water scarcity
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar: The residents of Qazi Bagh, Rawalpora (Opposite Electric Grid Station) have complained of water shortage in the area for the past many months. “We have use motors to draw water and store it in our ground floor tanks. There is no improvement in the water flow even at nights,” said a local Dr Mohsin Abdullah adding the frequent usage of motor “swells our monthly electric bills.”
The residents said they many a time approached the authorities but to no avail.
“They(officials) say the pipes in our area have been laid in ‘70s and a lot of silt has accumulated in them, which blocks free flow of water,” the locals said.
The appealed the Chief Engineer, PHE and the Xen, look into the matter.
“We request the authorities of the PHE department to kindly visit our place and listen to our woes,” the locals said.
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