|Giachong'e residents in a demo|
When the taps are perennially dry, does it make sense to have ten concrete tanks littered all over the ward which are increasingly looking like ghost projects? At the time of their construction, were pipes bursting under pressure necessitating their need?
On the day of writing this, Friday, 29th December, 2017, there was witnessed another demonstration by the residents of the said village, who threatened to cut water flow on some parts and direct it down their places, on what they alleged is biased distribution. This would not have made any sense, for, to begin with, only few (and very few) places are currently getting piped water.