He said that WASA authorities were given a month to finalise arrangements to start a special drive against defaulters and water theft and improve its revenue collection. “WASA administration has been asked to make a list of defaulters in the city areas to launch action against them,” he said.
To a question, he said that most of commercial consumers were wasting water and creating problems for the domestic consumers. There were many people in the city who use water illegally, he said, adding that WASA officials had been asked to prepare lists of such connections.
WASA will also form teams to check water sucking machines on main supply lines so that equal water distribution could be ensured for all the consumers.
To another question, he said that the WASA revenue branch had been asked for the lists of those who were using domestic connections for commercial purposes.
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