Noida: Residents of different sectors in Noida on Tuesday complained against the truncated supply of water at their homes. They said that the authority does not walk the talk when they ask people to save the water.
As per residents, authority has failed to check wastage of water as gallons of water is going down the drain. This is happening when the authority always appeal to people to save each drop of water.
SC Mishra, a resident of Garima Vihar, a residential society in Sector 35, complained that they have not got supply of water in their homes as it is disrupted due to big leakage in underground supply line before one of the plots in the society.
He said that he would like to draw attention of the concerned officials of Noida Authority that in front his society's plot no 124, Sector 35, the water supply line has been leaking very badly since Monday and as a result there is no supply of water to the residents of Garima Vihar. “This has resulted into scarcity of water,” he said.
Further criticising authority's preaches to save water, he said that it is needless to say that water is precious and they should not waste it. They have made a complaint to a concerned officer, but the corrective action is awaited.
He said, “We request the authority to look into the matter to solve it immediately.”
The status of water supply to residents of Sector 105 is different from the one mentioned above. They complained that the supply is completely disrupted from past two days. They were also not aware of why the supply halted.
Pradeep Saxena, President of RWA, Pocket-A, Sector 105 said that they have been going through immense difficulty due to shortage of water. The supply has been disrupted from December 16 and it is yet to resume. But the authority is not solving the problem, despite issue is known to them.
He said that when they took the issue with concerned officer, he had assured that the problem would be sorted out. But supply is yet to be restored.
He went ahead by saying that the authority is not giving a permanent solution to the problem despite the issue being a perrenial one. He said that it is happening frequently. “Sometimes, the water supply resumes but the quality of water remains bad,” he said.