Severe Water Crisis

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I would like to draw the attention of the concerned Water Supply Authorities towards the extreme miseries and crises faced by people due to No water supply in the Nuruddinganj area of Patna City, the Capital city of Bihar.

Patna is the capital of the Indian state of Bihar and the second largest city in Eastern India. I have shifted to my homeland Patna, in the month of November, 2011. Since then I am noticing this water supply crises. In the beginning, water supply was available for at least 15 minutes a day and people managed in that because they were getting their drinking requirements fulfilled. But since Feburary, not a single drop of water from our supply tap. You can imagine how hard situation is for people who cannot afford a boring well and are totally dependent on municipal water supply system.

The point to be noted is that only Nuruddinganj is facing this problem and adjacent areas are getting low but regular water supply. Drinking Water is a must for every living kind and in such burning weather it's really not possible for middle and low class people to survive.

Look at our political system, when poor's bread got snatched, he used to drink a pot full of water and sleep but this government is snatching that pot of water also from we the people. Unavailability of safe drinking water will compel people to drink contaminated and stagnant water and hence water borne diseases will spread and again the common man will have to suffer.

My humble request to you is that, please take some measures and publish articles which would catch attention of the government and their representatives towards the poor condition of those people who made them, who relied upon them, who voted them to solve their problems and make their lives worth living.


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