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Water Supply Partially Restored In North, Central Delhi
Water supply was partially restored in some parts of north and central Delhi on Tuesday morning, even as Delhi Water Minister Kapil Mishra said there would be limited supply till the Munak Canal, damaged in the Jat stir in Haryana, is repaired. Delhi Jal Board team has restored the three water treatment plants to varying capacities last evening with Wazirabad plant operating at 60 per cent and Okhla plant at 50 per cent capacity. The supply has been partially restored in some parts of north and central Delhi and 70 water tankers of DJB deployed in these areas were now diverted to West Delhi.