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Bengaluru Faces 24-Hour Water Supply Disruption From 27th February. Here’s A List Of Affected Areas

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Residents of Bengaluru are bracing themselves for a 24-hour water supply disruption beginning at 6 am on February 27, 2024, until 6 am on February 28, 2024. The Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) has scheduled this shutdown to carry out maintenance work and install Unaccounted for Water (UFW) bulk flow meters.

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The affected areas during this water supply disruption include several localities in different zones of the city. In Bangalore South, residents in areas such as BHEL Layout, Nandini Layout, Srinivasa Nagar, Jaimaruthi Nagar, Badavane, Sakamma Layout, Narasimha Swamy Layout, Muneshwara Nagar, Jnana Jyothi Nagar, Jnanaganganagar, Mallathahalli, NGEF Layout, Part of ITI Layout, 1st & 2nd Stage Railway Layout, RHBCS Layout 1st and 2nd stage, Byraweshwaranagar, Sunkadakatte, Jaya Lakshmamma Layout, Kebbehalla, Chandana Layout, Chandrashekar Layout, Geology Layout, Narasapura, Kandaya Layout, Mulakattamma Layout, Part of Papareddypalya, BEL 1st and 2nd Stage, Bilekallu, Byadarahalli, and Upkar Layout may experience water supply interruptions. Additionally, the surrounding areas of West Bengaluru will also be affected.

Bengaluru water supply cut tomorrow: Check timing, affected areas, possible  solution |

Source: Mint

In Bangalore North, parts of Dasarahalli zone and RR Nagar Zone will face disruptions. East Bengaluru, specifically A Narayanapura, Udaya Nagar, Andhra Colony, VSR Layout, Indira Gandhi Street, Jyothi Nagara, Dargamahall, Sakamma Layout, Vignana Nagar under Vignana Nagar Service Station, Akshaynagar, MEG Layout, Ramesh Nagar, Veerbhadra Nagar, and Shiva Shakti Colony under Jagadish Nagar Service Station will experience water supply disruptions. The areas of Doddanekundi and Marathalli Service Station, including Nallur Puram, Ramesh Nagar, Reddy Palya, Vibhuthipura, Annasandra Palya, and LBS Nagar, will also be affected.

Bengaluru braces for 24-hour water supply cut on Feb 27-28. Check affected  areas | Bengaluru -

Source: Hindustan Times

The city, home to approximately 14 million people and numerous IT companies and startups, is experiencing low groundwater levels due to weak southwest monsoon rains. The decline in water levels in the Cauvery River basin reservoirs, which supply water to the city, further worsens the situation.

24-Hour Water Supply Cut Tomorrow As Bengaluru Runs Dry Ahead Of Summer

Source: NDTV

Residents are now paying nearly double the usual price for water tankers, with some dealers charging as much as 2,000 rupees ($24.11) for a 12,000-litre tanker, compared to 1,200 rupees ($14.47) just a month earlier. Santhosh C.A., a resident of Horamavu in north Bengaluru, expressed the challenges faced by the residents, stating, “We now need to book water tankers two days in advance, my plants are dying, and I’m taking alternate-day showers,” as quoted by Reuters.


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