The future of flagship scheme providing 20 kilolitres of water to households announced by Kejriwal hangs in balance as Delhi Jal Board is yet to receive final confirmation for provision of subsidy.
The Uttar Pradesh government will release additional 1,000 cusec of water on Tuesday to meet the demands of Delhi and its neighbouring districts.
With water crisis during peak summer months looming large, Delhi government has asked 35 five-star hotels to take immediate steps to cut down their consumption and directed them to set up waste water treatment plants.
Officials of Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Delhi are to meet next week over the construction of a multi-billion rupee hydro-power dam project.
Mumbai and Delhi are expected to experience the maximum demand for water in the world by 2025, says a report by Mckinsey Global Institute.
The comments by Dikshit came a day after Haryana turned down Delhi Government`s request to provide additional water.
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