Delhi Jal Board has been discharging sewage waste into open rain water drain for the past 5 yrs, because the sewage line in Inderpuri New Delhi is blocked. This is causing serious health and hygiene hazards for the residents of this area.
1 of 1
The Delhi Jal Board has been discharging sewage waste from residential toilets into open rain water drain as the underground sewage pipe has been blocked. This is causing serious health and hygine problems to the residents of this area.
brigajay is based in New Delhi, Delhi, India,
and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
A piece of cloth tied around his mouth is his only protection. Ram is one among the thousands of sewer workers employed by contractors who venture into a mixture of deadly waste, armed only with a bamboo stick to remove clogs...Only last week,...
Taking the Delhi Government to task, North Delhi Municipal Corporation's Leader of the House Mahender Nagpal on Thursday said that the agreement signed between the Delhi Jal Board and a Singapore-based company to purify water ...
Moreover, while this dumping of raw water in the drain has been going on for several years, neither Delhi nor the Haryana Government has tried to use this water for their citizens' drinking needs. According to Anand Kumar, Chief ... “In any case
The math is simple: the Delhi Jal Board (DJB) pumps 850 million gallons of treated water into its water pipelines every day. The raw water for the capital's four functional treatment plants is sourced mostly ... This will require cost, and the