Rawalpindi: According to a recent piece of news, the Chairman of Water and Sanitation Agency (WASA) Mr. Tariq Mehmood stated that there would be no such water shortage in Ramazan as the agency had taken special measures to ensure uninterrupted supply to its consumers.

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He told this agency that during the month of Ramazan, 524 tube wells and 160 filtration plants would be operational without interruption and that a special cell had been formed to deal with emergency complaints.

Any failure or laxity on the part of the water section workers, both in the office and at tubewells, will not be tolerated, he warned. He urged residents to register their complaints at the Liaquat Bagh, Shamsabad, Commercial Market, Khayban-e-Sir Syed, Gulzar-e-Quaid, Chak Jalal Din, Dhama Syedan, and Al Noor Colony Water Complaint Sections.

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He urged customers not to waste water and told them to plug holes in their home’s pipelines, as well as sealing all taps tightly.

Residents of Adiala Road, on the other hand, have been experiencing severe water shortages for several days due to a lack of proper arrangements to maintain the water supply in the city.

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