Block Development officers should monitor the water supplying tankers daily with the help of GPS’


 Mumbai, (timenewsline network:- The water from dead stock in the dams and lakes of the state should be used for drinking with priority. The Block Development officers should daily monitor the rounds made by the tankers supplying water using the GPS system directed chief secretary of the state UPS Madan.
 A review meeting was organized today in the Mantralaya for taking the stock of water scarcity in the state. The additional chief secretary of water supply department Shyamlal Goyal was also present on the occasion. Chief secretary Madan gave various directions to the field officers for handling the water scarcity situation skillfully. Presently, four thousand 329 tankers are deployed for supplying water in the state to three thousand 379 villages and seven thousand 856 hamlets.\
 After taking the stock ok of the drinking water in the state, the chief secretary said that the responsible officers should take the review of the reservoir from where drinking water is filled in the tanker and see to it that for how much duration the water stock can be sufficient. He also said that besides this, the sub divisional officer and Block Development officers should identify the other sources which that can be used   for supplying drinking water. He said that the villages where the water tankers have been approved should be monitored by the responsible officers using GPS to see that whether they are making the required rounds for supplying the water to the villages and hamlets. He said that BDO’s should take the information daily and assure that the potable water is supplied to all the villages and hamlets. He also said that on the backdrop of water scarcity in the state, supplementary water supply scheme and tap scheme have been amended and given approval so that the work is completed within time and all the villages and hamlets get water. The chief secretary also instructed that the officers should take care that drinking water will be available to all in the rural and remote areas.
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