dam full, but water cuts back in Pimpri

Pimpri (timenewsline network)
After three months of acute water shortage, residents of Pimpri-Chinchwad recently heaved a sigh of relief when the municipal corporation restored water supply every day, about 10 days ago. However, their relief was short-lived, as the Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) has decided to implement water cuts once again.
The decision has been taken despite the fact that Pavana river has ample water and Pavana dam is filled to capacity. The river and the dam are the two main sources of water for Pimpri-Chinchwad. This time, the PCMC decided to introduce water cuts once a week. Civic officials said from Monday, the city will be divided into seven zones and each zone will face water cuts once a week.
“We are forced to implement water cuts to ensure equal distribution of water,” Joint City Engineer Makrand Nikam told timenewsline network. “This will help us ensure supply to areas which otherwise face water shortage”.
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