Dy. Chief Minister of Delhi Sh. Manish Sisodia inaugurates the work of laying new Water Pipelines in Patparganj Assembly Constituency.
- The pipeline will supply Ganga water to the area.
- The total cost of the projects is Rs. 90 lakh approx.
- Around 40,000 people residing in the area to be benefited by the projects ……………. Manish Sisodia.
Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, Sh. Manish Sosodia, today, inaugurated the work of laying of two water pilpelines in the Mandawali area in Patparganj Assembly Constituency in east Delhi. At the cost of Rs. 90 lakh, the new water pipelines would provide 24 x 7 water supply and around 40,000 people residing in the area would be benefited by these water pipelines. These pipelines will bring Ganga water.
On this occasion, Dy. CM informed that the work has been started for laying the 1480 meter long new water pipe line from Narwana Road (Mandawali police station) Mandawali to railway colony at a cost of Rs. 67 Lakh (Approx.). Also, today, Delhi Jal Board has started the work of laying of another new pipeline at Eastern school, Masjid wali gali, Mandawli in place of corroded old pipeline. The works would complete within three months. After commissioning of the newly laid pipelines the residents of the colonies of Eastern block, Indira Colony, Pandit Mohalla, Chander Vihar and Railway colony would be benefitted and drinking water will be available round the clock. The payment to the contractor will be release if the residents are satisfied with the quality of the work.