The Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board announced that there will be no water supply for 24 hours — from 6 am on Tuesday to 6 am on Wednesday. The board is replacing current transformers and potential transformers in all 132/6.6KV substations in Krishna Drinking Water Schemes at Kodandapur, Nasarlapally and Godakondla by the Transmission Corporation of Telangana.
A press release by the Board stated that it also wants to fix emergency leakages on phase-I pipeline of the Krishna Drinking Water Schemes. It will also replace BF’s and NRV’s in the Phase-I pumping station at Godakondla. Due to the repair works, 50 areas in the city will be affected.
The areas which will be affected are:
Riyasathnagar, Santosh Nagar, Vinaynagar, Saidabad, Asmangadh, Chanchalguda, Yakutpura, Malakpet, Moosarambagh, Narayanaguda, Boggulakunta, Adikmet, Shivam, Chilkalguda, Aliabad, Miralam, Kishanbagh, Sahebanagr, BN Reddynagar, Balapur, Barkas, Maisaram, Bandlaguda, Mailardevpally, Shastripuram, Budvel, Goldenheights, Sulema Nagar, Hyderguda, Allabanda, Gandhamguda, Bhojagutta, Asifnagar, Elugutta, Habsiguda, Nacharam, Tarnaka, Lalapet, Boudhanagar, Marredpally, Meerpet, Shaikpet, Madhapur, Gachibowli, Prashasanagar, Moula Ali, HB Colony, Mallapur, Boduppal and Beerappagadda.
The Krishna Drinking Water Supply project was taken up in 2002, and was commissioned in 2005 to meet the drinking water requirements for Hyderabad.