GANDHINAGAR, India – The unthinkable in this semi-arid state will start at Morbi, a water-starved Saurashtra town, where 34,000 metered connections will start providing round-the-clock drinking water to the entire town in two years. Gandhinagar town, which already has good pipelines, may be even quicker.
After the state government has made 24-hour electricity supply possible in Gujarat villages, it is now planning an encore in the water supply front also.
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Source : The Times of India
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