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1,000 families hit by water shortage in Gr Noida residential society, protestors booked

Around 1,000 families at a residential society in Greater Noida were facing water crisis after its two pump sets became dysfunctional, while around 80 residents who protested against the builder and local authority were booked by the police on Wednesday on charges of rioting. The events occurred at Supertech Ecovillage II, under Bisrakh police station area, which has 20 high-rise buildings. Water is supplied there by two pump sets installed by the Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA). According to the residents, one of the pump sets has been dysfunctional for several days, while the other stopped working on Sunday evening, leading to water shortage. GNIDA officials said they got one of the pump sets repaired on Wednesday evening and restarted filling the water tanks in each building. However, residents claimed that a single pump set will take a lot of time to fill water for all 20 high-risers. We are still depending on water tankers as by the time water is stored in


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