Thane Water Cuts Once More. April 18–19: No Supply | Verify Affected Areas List

Following critical repairs to the Barvi Gravity canal from Katai Naka to the Sheel Tank, the municipal authority on Thursday, April 18, declared a water outage in several areas of Thane.

The Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) declared that there would be an interruption in the water supply on April 18 and 19, citing the unfinished work that has to be done in the region under their authority that receives water from the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC).

The TMC said in an official statement that the water shutdown has been planned for a 24-hour period, starting at midnight on April 18 and ending at midnight on April 19.

The regions that are going to be impacted by the disturbance include Wagle estate portions as well as Mumbra, Kalwa, Majiwada, and Manpada. In addition, residents in the impacted regions have been advised to anticipate reduced water pressure over the next day or two until the restoration of the water supply after the repair.

“On behalf of the Thane Municipal Corporation, citizens are being appealed to cooperate with the agency by using water sparingly during the said reduction period,” the TMC said in its statement.

Diva, Mumbra (with the exception of parts of Wards No. 26 and 31), Kalwa Ward Committee under Thane Municipal Corporation, Rupadevi Pada, Kisannagar No. 2, Nehrunagar, and Kolshet Khalcha Village under Manpada ward are among the impacted regions that would experience a full water shutdown for a whole day. This implies that in order for the people of these regions to cooperate with the maintenance work, they will need to save enough water.

Shortly after the Thane Municipal Corporation announced a 24-hour water cut on January 19 and 20, this year, there was another one a few months ago. The Temghar water treatment center’s motor control panel installation came after some urgent repair work, according to the city authority, which blamed them for the disruption.

The water interruption in January came after a similar disruption in December of the previous year, which caused worries for the locals in a number of localities, including Ghodbunder Road, Patlipada, Pawar Nagar, Kothari Compound, Azad Nagar, Dongripada, Waghbil, and Saket.

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