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Twin cities to face water woes, water supply likely twice a week

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Even though the summer has just begun, speculation is rife that Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (HMWS&SB) officials are going to take some ‘harsh decisions’ regarding supply of drinking water to denizens over the next four months. The basic reason behind this is that the major reservoirs like Singur, Himayatsagar, Manjeera and Osman Sagar are either drying up or reaching dead storage levels.

Water Board officials are exploring ways to conserve water to deal with the water crisis. They were doing a ground check on the possibility of increasing the frequency of water from the existing alternate day to twice a week.

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