Mumbai, November 2: The maximum city will be facing a water cut on November 6 and November 7 as the BMC (Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation) is planning to carry out maintenance work. The civic body has proposed to work on cross-connection of 600 mm water main line with 1450 mm diameter, the Times of India reported. The disruption in water supply will affect Bandra and Dharavi regions. Mumbai: BMC to Keep Some Parks Open 24/7, Check List of Gardens Here.
The water cut will hit Dharavi Main Road, Dilip Kadam Marg, Kumbharwada, Ganesh Temple Road, and Bandra Terminus. These regions will face a 24-hour water cut. Residents have been advised to store enough water. "Citizen's co-operation during the cut will facilitate us to provide better services in future," said BMC official to the Times of India.
In October, a similar water supply cut was imposed in the maximum city to fix the leakage of 1600 mm pipeline at Racecourse near Haji Ali. The water-cut had affected D Tukaram Javaji Road, Tardeo Road, Sane Guruji Marg, Mahalakshmi Railway Station, Mumbai Central, Tardeo, Nair Hospital and JJ Hospital.