Thane, February 28: The Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) has announced a 50 per cent water reduction in the Thane area due to the sudden fire that broke out at a water pumping station in the Pise region of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation earlier on Monday evening.

On the evening of Monday, a massive fire broke out at the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation's (BMC) Pise Water Pumping Station, leading to a significant impact on water supply across several parts of Mumbai. According to a civic official, the incident impacted the water supply in the eastern part of the suburbs, as well as the water supply from the Golanji, Fosbery, Raoli, and Bhandarwada reservoirs in the city. Mumbai: Fire Breaks Out at BMC’s Pise Water Pumping Station, Likely to Disrupt Water Supply for Next 24 Hours.

Additionally, the water supply pressure in the western suburbs and other parts of Mumbai may also be affected, said the official. As per the civic official, the BMC administration urged citizens to cooperate and utilize water resources judiciously since the prompt cooperation of residents is essential to mitigate the impact of the disruption and ensure that essential water services can be restored as swiftly as possible. Thane Water Cut: There Will Be 50% Water Reduction in the City Due to Fire at Pise Water Pumping Station, Says TMC.

Meanwhile, efforts are underway to address the situation and restore normalcy to the water supply system in the affected areas.

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