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Bengaluru: Water supply to be hit in parts of city on Jan 23 due to maintenance work

Cauvery I, II and III stage pumping stations at TK Halli, Harohalli and Tataguni will not function between 6 am and 10 pm.

By: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru |
January 20, 2020 12:25:23 pm
Bengaluru: Water supply to be hit in parts of city on Jan 23 due to maintenance work Water supply to be hit in Bengaluru on Thursday, between 6 am and 10 pm. (File Photo)

Bengaluru water supply disruption: Water supply in various parts of Bengaluru will be affected on Thursday, January 23, in the wake of maintenance work scheduled at Cauvery pumping stations.

According to a statement by the Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB), Cauvery I, II and III stage pumping stations at TK Halli, Harohalli and Tataguni will not function between 6 am and 10 pm.

Bengaluru water supply will be disrupted in these places:

Indiranagar 1st Stage
Srinagar
Ulsoor
Shanthinagar
Koramangala
Vijayanaga
Cholurupalya
Muneshwara Nagara
VV Puram
Yeshvantpur
Malleswaram
Mathikere
Gokul Extension
Jayamahal
Vasanth Nagar
Muthyalanagara
RT Nagar
Sanjay Nagar
Sadashivanagar
Hebbal
Bharathi Nagar
Sudhamnagar
Palace Guttahalli
Machalibetta
Frazer Town
Wilson Garden
Hombegowda Nagar
Pillana Garden
Bannappa Park
Shivajinagar
Jeevan Bhima Nagar
Chikkalalbagh
Gavipura
Byatarayanapura
Majestic
Kasturaba Road
Madivala
Yelachenahalli
ISRO Layout
Poornaprajna Layout
Neelasandra
K.R. Market
Sampangiramnagar
Kumaraswamy Layout
Banashankari (including II and III stages)
Jayanagar,
JP Nagar
Banagirinagar
Basavanagudi
Okalipura
Chamarajpet
Padmanabhanagar
Hoskerehalli
Byrasandra
Lingarajapura
Janaki Rama Layout
RS Palya
Johnson Market
Adugodi
Domlur
BTM Layout
CLR, Bapujinagar
Mysore Road
Srirampura, and surrounding areas.

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