For the last 20 days the residents of Ghorpadi-based Spring Bloom residential society are going through a harrowing time following non-availability of water.
The Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC), which supplies water to the society, has failed to carry out the repairs to restore the supply.
With mercury rising constantly, the 72 families residing in that society are at their wits end as to how to cope up with the situation.
After the residents raised hue and cry, the PMC started providing one tanker. But it is insufficient to meet the needs of the 72 families because during summers the demand for water goes up.
Moreover the tanker does not come to the society every day. “We don’t know whether the water supplied by the tanker is clean or not. We have babies in the building and their heath is in jeopardy if that water is contaminated and is used for drinking purpose,” the aggrieved chairman of the society, Col (retd) Mrinal Gupta, told DNA.
“Why can’t the civic administration act with alacrity and complete the repairs so that the water supply is restored. After all we are paying our taxes regularly. So why this step motherly treatment,” quizzed the irked residents of the society.
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