Drinking Water Supply: Potable Water Supply On Alternate Days In Ujjain | Indore News

Indore: Drinking water will be provided in the temple town of Ujjain on alternate days from Monday. The city's drinking water system has been affected by frequent disruptions in the water supply system as polluted Kanh River water repeatedly seeped into the Kshipra River, exacerbating water shortages in the city. A review meeting on drinking water supply was held by Ujjain Municipal Corporation Commissioner Ashish Pathak and department officials on Sunday. In the meeting it was decided that from April 1, 2024, water will be supplied to the entire city on alternate days instead of every day. On April 1, water supply in the North region of Ujjain will be provided at the scheduled time from 7 am. Water supply will be provided in the South region of Ujjain at the scheduled time from 5:30 am to 8:30 am and on April 2, from 5:30 am to 6 am :30 p.m. Water supply will continue in this order until further orders. Water supply in Indiranagar Khilchipur, Kanipura tank and direct supply areas of Station No. 2 will get water supply along with southern Ujjain area.

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