DJB working to ensure potable tap water CM

  • | Tuesday | 13th August, 2019

NEW DELHI: The Delhi Jal Board is "working hard" to ensure that tap water is potable in the city and reverse osmosis purifiers are not needed to filter it, Chief Minister Arvnd Kejriwal said on Tuesday. The chief minister, who is also the Chairman of the DJB, said the Board was now working to ensure that the people of Delhi get 24-hour water supply. Now, we are also working hard to ensure that u get 24 hr supply in ur taps (sic)," Kejriwal tweeted. "Today after just four and half years, the number of colonies with piped water supply has gone from 58% to 88%. The chief minister also said his government would provide round-the-clock clean drinking water supply to the entire city by 2024.

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