Says NoC has been sought from DDA
New Delhi, Dec. 1 (Delhi Crown): A top official of the Delhi’s Water Bodies and Conservation has promised a resident of village Jhuljhuli in South-West district to clean a pond located at the village.
One Deepak of village Jhuljhuli had written a letter through PGMS (Public Grievances Monitoring System) demanding installation of a water-treatment plant at the pond. He had also demanded construction of a water conservation body at his village.
In a written reply, Chief Adviser (Water Bodies/Conservation) Rakesh Sahni told Deepak that the pond-water can’t be made potable even after treating, but promised to clean the water body and subsequently use it as a water conservation body for the village.
Sahni also told him that the Delhi Jal Board (DJB) had asked for a no-objection certificate (NOC) from the DDA, and that work would be done only after the NOC is obtained.