Drive to repair defunct hand pumps and towers to address water crisis

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Drive to repair defunct hand pumps and towers to address water crisis

Wednesday, 31 May 2023 | PNS | Jamshedpur

In response to the pressing water crisis that has plagued the fringe areas for months, the local administration has initiated a comprehensive plan to repair defunct handpumps and solar water towers. This proactive step aims to alleviate the acute shortage of clean water faced by the residents.

The dire situation prompted the administration to prioritize the restoration of essential water infrastructure. With a firm commitment to ensuring access to safe drinking water for all, the local department has allocated significant resources to this endeavour. Potka, Patamda, Baghbera, Jugsalai, Pursudih and Karandih, have been the worst affected areas.

Under the ambitious repair programme, a team of skilled technicians and engineers has been mobilized to identify and fix malfunctioning handpumps across the region. These handpumps, which were once a reliable source of water, fell into disrepair due to years of neglect and lack of maintenance. The administration has acknowledged the need for immediate action and has pledged to restore these crucial water sources within a specified timeframe.

Furthermore, the administration has also focused its attention on rehabilitating the solar water towers, which play a vital role in supplying water to remote areas. The solar-powered infrastructure had fallen into a state of disarray due to insufficient maintenance and outdated equipment. However, the administration's repair initiative aims to rectify these issues, ensuring a sustainable and reliable source of water for communities in far-flung regions.


To ensure the success of the repair program, the administration has collaborated with local NGOs, community leaders, and water management experts. These stakeholders will work together to expedite the repair process, promote community awareness about water conservation, and establish sustainable water management practices.

 The administration's proactive response to the water crisis has been widely appreciated by residents who have long endured the hardships caused by inadequate access to clean water. Local community members have expressed their gratitude for the swift action taken by the administration, hoping that it will lead to a significant improvement in their daily lives.

In addition to the repair efforts, the administration has emphasized the need for long-term solutions to address the underlying issues contributing to the water crisis. Plans are underway to invest in modern water infrastructure, including the installation of advanced filtration systems and the establishment of water treatment plants. These measures aim to ensure the availability of clean and safe water for the region in the years to come.

“As the repair program progresses, the administration remains committed to maintaining open lines of communication with residents. Regular updates and public awareness campaigns will be conducted to keep the community informed about the progress made and any additional measures that may be implemented to combat the water crisis effectively,” said an official.

The local administration's dedicated efforts to repair defunct handpumps and solar water towers demonstrate a proactive and responsible approach to addressing the water crisis. With an unwavering commitment to improving water access and management, the administration is taking significant strides toward resolving this pressing issue and providing sustainable solutions for the benefit of all residents.

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