Karnataka to revive 24x7 water supply project in Hubbali-Dharwad, seeks World Bank assistance

By 8 wards, the job has been later expanded to 3-9 wards from the twin towns but had been later stopped whilst the Siddaramaiah govt failed to demonstrate some attention from the undertaking and also the expansion prepare failed to happen area.





Dharwad district was facing an acute water crisis caused to ground water depletion.  A couple of weeks ago, drinking water has been offered just one time in 1-2 days at the field thanks to water scarcity.  Malaprabha reservoir, roughly 3-5 kilometers from Savadatti, Belagavi area and also Neerasagar river in Dhummavad would be the significant water means to its twin towns.  Even the 24x7 drinking water distribution approach is also quite a heal for its significant water catastrophe that's influenced the double towns.

A job of raising an extra forty million litres of drinking water each day (MLD) out of Malaprabha reservoir is currently around plus it's inclined to become usable by December.  In Case the Drinking Water plank pulls extra water out of Malaprabha, then the water source tube Is Predicted to decrease in five times ,
The 24x7 drinking water distribution endeavor premiered in 2005 from the Jagdish Shettar govt underneath the Water and Sanitation Sector because of an insufficient source of drinking water from their nation.  An pilot project had been executed in 8 wards from the cities of Hubbali-Dharwad with private industry involvement.  10 wards from Belgaum and twenty five wards in Kalaburagi was likewise included at this undertaking.
The Karnataka govt has chosen to find the aid of the World Bank for its 24x7 drinking water distribution job in Hubbali-Dharwad afterwards it had been lost from the prior administration.

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