ISLAMABAD  – Striving to overcome water shortage, the Capital Development Authority (CDA), in collaboration with the USAID, has repaired 30 more dysfunctional tube-wells.

Director General CDA (Water Management), Sanaullah Aman said that CDA repaired 30 tube-wells in the second phase and the civic body has already repaired 20 tube-wells in the first phase. “We received Rs 2 million less electricity bills as compared to the pervious month after installation of new water pumps in dysfunctional tube-wells,” Aman added.

Moreover, CDA Chairman, Farkhand Iqbal has also directed CDA water management to ensure operation of tube-wells on solar energy at the earliest. The CDA has the fleet of 180 tube-wells, which provide water supply to the federal capital.