Special Drive against Water Bill Defaulters

Published: 25th December 2013 09:09 AM  |   Last Updated: 25th December 2013 09:09 AM   |  A+A-

City water board managing director J Syamala Rao instructed the general managers (engg) of operations & maintenance divisions on Tuesday to ensure that the red notices, Form-I under RR Act, were not only issued to the defaulters but  the connections were also disconnected.

If any connection is reopened illegally, a police complaint should be lodged  immediately. A survey should also be conducted on multi-storied buildings.

Rao held a review meeting on the board’s revenues at Metro Staff Training College in Hydernagar. Issuance of red notices and Form-I under RR Act, status of meters, billing pattern, verification of disconnected connections, water accountability and change of categories were discussed. Rao asked the directors to coordinate with GHMC authorities on road-cutting permissions.

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