Water Deliver Department has 170 tube wells in various sectors to supply water to people. CDA has enhanced the water supply system with the city. Five new tube wells have been erected, and nine have been repaired, according to the CDA. Next month, four to five more tube wells are planned to be added to the system in various sectors.
“Water is provided to citizens as part of a comprehensive plan and strategy. In addition, the CDA management has directed that the personnel involved do their tasks properly and improves the water supply system. In result the citizens do not encounter water shortages,” the CDA stated in a statement.
Furthermore, the people of I-8, I-9, and adjacent sub-sectors rely on tube wells for their water supply, which are staffed around the clock in these sectors. According to the statement, the need for tankers in Islamabad has decreased dramatically due to the tube wells operation.
CDA receives more than 400 complaints each day, but the system is now improving, and the number of complaints per day has dropped to 150. The number of tankers and personnel has also been decreased from 25 to 10. In some sectors, the Water Supply Department’s staff restored old, deteriorating, and damaged supply lines.
Similarly, new water supply tubes are being constructed and enhanced underground. Furthermore, the CDA administration has asked individuals to avoid wasteful water use and deep drilling. The CDA administration also surveys all private, government, and commercial buildings in connection with water supply concerns. As a result, water pressure and links can be re-checked everywhere to determine the source of the problem. It is how the strategy for improving Islamabad’s water supply system will be implemented.
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