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Water cut in Thane on Dec 4


Water cut in Thane on Dec 4
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The Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) has announced that there will be a water cut in the area on December 4. It is being said that the water supply will be impacted for a full 24 hours as a major pipeline will be repaired. 

When is the water cut expected?

The water supply in the area will be impacted between Friday (December 4) 9 am to Saturday (December 5) 9 am.

Which areas will be impacted?

According to an official with Thane Municipal Corporation most areas in Thane will be impacted.

  • Ghodbunder Road
  • Gandhi Nagar
  • Kisan Nagar
  • Wagle Estate
  • Samata Nagar
  • Indira Nagar
  • Kothari Compound
  • Gandhi Nagar
  • Lokmanya Nagar
  • Sri Nagar
  • Thane Jail
  • Saket
  • Mumbra 
  • areas around Eternity Mall and Johnson & Johnson
  • Kalwa and the areas neighbouring it

What is the repair work that will be undertaken?

The cause of the water cut is the work that will be undertaken for the Metro construction. During this time period, Shahad Temghar (STEM) water resource company will be shut. The valves at Hardas Nagar under Metro work will be shifted on Thane Municipal Corporation's 1100 mm diameter aqueduct and replacement of cross-connection valve on the main canal under Saket Bridge.

The corporation has requested people to use water only when essential and make alternative arrangements or store water for the time that the supply will be cut. 

Earlier, The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) had announced that some parts of Prabhadevi, Lower Parel, Mahim and Dadar will not get water supply or low-pressure supply on December 2 and 3. Reason for this water cut was that the civic body will use this time to fix leakages in a British-era 1,450mm Tansa water main at Gawde Chowk on Senapati Bapat Road.

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