Jaisamand Pipeline Burst Causes Water Wastage and Supply Disruption in Udaipur


Jaisamand Pipeline Burst Causes Water Wastage and Supply Disruption in Udaipur

Water supply disrupted in Hiran Magri-Savina's 5,000 households...
 
Jaisamand Pipeline Burst
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The Jaisamand pipeline of the water supply department suddenly burst on June 28,2024 evening at 6:00 PM due to high water pressure. Before reaching Teetardi, a crack near the Gatod Ji temple resulted in approximately 5 lakh liters of water being wasted. Upon receiving the information, departmental officials promptly halted the supply from Jaisamand and took control of the situation. The flowing water on the road caused temporary traffic disruption.

Repair Efforts and Supply Disruption

Department personnel worked late into the night to repair the pipeline. As a result, the water supply to around 5,000 consumers in the Savina and Hiran Magri Sector 14 colonies in the city will be disrupted.

Rescheduled Supply Timings

Areas scheduled to receive water on Friday evening will now get it on Saturday morning at 10:00 AM. The supply set for Saturday morning will be provided in the evening, and the evening supply will be shifted to Sunday morning. 

Water Will Be Supplied on Sunday in These Areas

  • Savina, MP Colony, Krishna Colony, Kumawat Colony, Barkat Colony, Murshid Nagar, Raja Nagar, Indraprasht C-Colony, Savina Kheda, Shri Ji Kheda, Lothawaton Ka Fala, Rishab Nagar, Gandhi Nagar, Goverdhan Vilas, Housing Board Colony, Sector 14's A,B,C,D,I block, Dwarkapuri, Virat Nagar, RK Puram, Gokul Village.
  • Patwari Chowk, Shiksha Niketan School, Chirag Complex, Ganpat Vihar, Janak Puri, Bappa Rawal OHSR to Sector-6, Veena Nagar, Jadav Nursery, Shiv Colony, Sector-6 Police Station's backside, Prabhat Nagar, UV, UL, UN Lane, Mewar Rural Bank, Post Office Colony, Surbhi School, Annapurna Colony. 

Old Pipeline and Expert Opinion

According to departmental experts, the pipeline is about 30 years old and tends to burst under pressure after minor leaks. On Friday, Gopal Singh Sisodia, the Assistant Engineer (First) of the City Division, arrived at the site to halt the supply and start repair work on the pipeline.

Water Filtration and Storage

It is noteworthy that the Teetardi filter plant fills 18 to 20 MLD (million liters per day) of water daily. Before reaching the filter plant, this water is stored at PS-4 (pumping station) in Kevde Ki Naal. From there, it is pumped to Teetardi.

Source: Dainik Bhaskar

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