Wa­ter level Dan­ger­ously low in Khardi

Accommodation Times - - Nation - By AT News Ser­vices

On Mumbai Nashik Road, a town called Khardi is suf­fer­ing wa­ter scarcity since Novem­ber. In sum­mer, it be­comes worst. All the 26 Bore well in the vil­lage are be­com­ing dry and vil­lagers are ac­cus­ing con­creti­sa­tion of Khardi. The nala starts near the Dhanori Hill and after cross­ing the Pune-Ah­mend­na­gar Road, en­ters Kharadi and drains in the Mula Mutha river be­hind the Kharadi vil­lage. Por­tions of the nala were con­cre­tised by the Pune Mu­nic­i­pal Cor­po­ra­tion (PMC), two years ago. The town­ship has very lit­tle wa­ter source from PMC and in sum­mer it be­comes worst. New projects which are com­ing up as af­ford­able hous­ing are sign­ing Wa­ter Af­fi­davit with PMC and P&C C to not to claim wa­ter for new con­struc­tions. All the hopes are on bore wells which are not suit­able for drink­ing wa­ter that too are run­ning dry. Khardi is a town in Thane dis­trict, Ma­ha­rash­tra. It is also a sta­tion on the Mumbai Sub­ur­ban Rail­way sys­tem on the Cen­tral line route be­tween Kalyan and Kasara.

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