Haryana Blamed For Water Shortage In City
The Morning Standard|April 14, 2021
DJB flays neighbouring state for not supplying Delhi’s legal share; high ammonia level makes water untreatable

EVEN though summer heat is yet to hit the peak, the residents of Delhi are looking at the prospects of water shortage thanks to reduced supply and high pollution of Yamuna water. Delhi Jal Board (DJB) Vice-Chairman Raghav Chadha on Tuesday said water supply will be affected in large parts of the national capital as the Haryana government is not supplying enough clean water to the city.

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