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We can’t take action against tanker mafia, question on Haryana… Delhi govt’s affidavit in SC

Nita Yadav

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Water crisis in Delhi

The case of water shortage in the country’s capital Delhi is going on in the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court on Wednesday took a stern stand and said that the Delhi government is not taking any action against the tanker mafia. The court reprimanded the Delhi government and asked it to file an affidavit. The government presented its stand in court on Thursday and said it could not take any action. The government also gave a reason for this.

The Delhi government has said in its affidavit that it cannot take action against the tanker mafia as they are taking water from other banks of the Yamuna coming to Haryana. The government said that, the court should ask Haryana in this matter why action was not taken?

The Supreme Court questioned the government

Earlier in the hearing held on Wednesday, the Supreme Court had said that there is a tanker mafia in Delhi and the Delhi government is not taking any action. If you can’t do anything then we should hand over the responsibility to Delhi Police. What steps have you taken? Water is being wasted unnecessarily and no action is being taken.

The Supreme Court reprimanded the Delhi government and asked it to file an affidavit. “We have taken action and we will be happy if the police also take action,” said the Delhi government lawyer. The Delhi government said that we will file an affidavit. The Supreme Court is hearing a plea filed by the Delhi government seeking a direction to Haryana to release water supplied by Himachal Pradesh to ease the water crisis in the national capital.

There is a lot of politics going on over the water crisis.

Heavy politics is going on in Delhi over the water crisis. The Delhi government is holding the Haryana government responsible for the water shortage. Water Minister Atishi said that Haryana is not releasing the required 1050 cusecs of water. Atishi and Saurabh Bharadwaj also met Lt. Governor VK Saxena. Vinay Saxena has assured him that he will talk to the Haryana government to ensure that 1,050 cusecs of water from the national capital is released into Munak Canal.

Atishi said that the water requirement in Delhi is calculated as an average, a person needs approximately 150 liters of water a day. The population of Delhi is around 2.5 crores. This accounts for approximately 990 MGD of water requirement. About 1000 MGD required Due to less water from Haryana, Delhi’s water production was 1005 MGD, but now water production is falling by about 40 MGD.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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