According to a release, maintenance work will be carried out on Friday and Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm.

Water supply to be hit in these Bengaluru areas on September 28 and 29
news Civic Issues Thursday, September 27, 2018 - 09:43

Water supply will be disrupted in several parts of Bengaluru on Friday, September 28 and Saturday September 29 due to maintenance work which will be carried out on Cauvery Water Supply Stage I, II and III.

According to a release by the Bengaluru Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB), the surge protection system at the pumping stations for the stages I, II and III will be carried out on Friday and Saturday between 10 am and 4 pm.

The areas which will be affected are:

  • Yeshwantpur
  • Malleswaram
  • Mathikere
  • Gokul Extension
  • Jayamahal
  • Vasanth Nagar
  • Muthyalanagar
  • R T Nagar
  • Sanjay Nagar
  • Sadashivanagar
  • Hebbal
  • Bharathi Nagar
  • Sudhamanagar
  • Palace Guttahalli
  • Machalibetta
  • Frazer Town
  • Wilson Garden
  • Hombegowda Nagar
  • Pillanna Garden
  • Bannappa Park
  • Shivajinagar
  • Jeevan Bhima Nagar
  • Chikkalalbagh
  • Gavipuram
  • Byatarayanapura
  • Majestic 
  • Kasturba Road
  • Madivala
  • Yelachenahalli
  • ISRO Layout
  • Poornaprajna Layout
  • Neelasandra
  • K R Market
  • Sampangiramanagar
  • Kumaraswamy Layout
  • Banashankari
  • BSK II and III stages
  • Jayanagar
  • JP Nagar
  • Banagirinagar
  • Basavanagudi
  • Okalipuram
  • Chamarajpet
  • Padmanabhanagar
  • Hoskerehalli
  • Byrasandra
  • Lingarajapuram
  • Janakirama Layout
  • RS Palya
  • Johnson Market
  • Adugodi
  • Domlur
  • BTM Layout
  • CLR
  • Bapujinagar
  • Mysuru Road
  • Srirampura
  • Indiranagar I stage
  • Srinagar
  • Ulsoor
  • Shanthi Nagar
  • Koramangala
  • Vijayanagar
  • Cholurpalya
  • Muneshwaranagar
  • VV Puram, and surrounding areas

"If the pumping system is not controlled or protected, contamination and damage to equipment and the pipeline itself can be serious. The effects of surges can be as minor as loosening of pipe joints to as severe as damage to pumps, valves, and concrete structures. Hence it is important to maintain it properly. A two-day problem for residents will help in the long run," a BWSSB official said.

 

 

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