Water Supply Disruption Looms Over South Delhi Due to Essential Repair Work

Water Supply Disruption Looms Over South Delhi Due to Essential Repair Work

Water Supply Disruption Looms Over South Delhi Due to Essential Repair Work

The Delhi Jal Board (DJB) has issued a public advisory alerting residents of South Delhi about an imminent water supply disruption. The disruption, slated to last for two days, is necessitated by essential repair work scheduled to commence today, October 4, and continue until October 5.


In a statement released through official channels, the DJB urged residents to take proactive measures in preparation for the temporary water supply interruption. Storing an adequate quantity of water is recommended to ensure the smooth functioning of daily activities during this period.

Areas Affected: The areas anticipated to experience water supply disruption from today evening include:


  • Okhla Phase-1 and 3
  • Kalkaji
  • Kalkaji Extension
  • Govindpuri
  • Sri Niwaspuri
  • GB Pant Polytechnic
  • Shyam Nagar Colony
  • Okhla sabzi mandi (vegetable market)
  • Lajpat Nagar
  • Amar Colony
  • East of Kailash
  • Adjoining areas


Additionally, residents of Chittaranjan Park (formerly known as EPDP colony) should note that their water supply will be halted a few hours ahead of other affected areas.

The following localities are also expected to experience water supply disruption:


  • Kalindi Colony
  • Maharani Bagh
  • New Friends Colony East and West
  • DDA Flats NFC
  • Village Taim
  • Village Khizrabad
  • Village Bharat Nagar
  • Village Jullena
  • Ishwar Nagar
  • Zakir Bagh Village
  • Jullena DDA Flats
  • Village Machigarh
  • Sukhdev Vihar
  • Sukhdev Vihar DDA Flats
  • Jogabai
  • Zakir Nagar
  • Zakir Nagar Extension
  • Batla House
  • Batla House Extension
  • Village Okhla
  • Noor Nagar
  • Shaheen Bagh
  • Abul Fazal
  • Okhla Vihar
  • Allied areas


However, residents of Giri Nagar (C-Lal Chowk) can expect uninterrupted water supply during this maintenance period.


In certain areas, including Prahladpur, Tehkhand, Tughlakabad Village, Sanam Vihar, Ambedkar Nagar, and Devli, water pressure may be notably reduced.


The DJB has made available a list of helpline numbers for residents of the affected areas to seek assistance or obtain further information.


Officials have requested residents to stay updated on the latest developments through official channels and extend their cooperation to local authorities during this period of water supply disruption.


For the latest updates and more information, please visit the Delhi Jal Board's official website or contact the provided helpline numbers.