LAHORE - Managing Director (MD) Water and Sanitation Agency, Dr Javed Iqbal has said not less than Rs42 billion were required for alteration of entire sewerage system of the City while Rs5 billion have been allocated in budget for laying only one underground drain. Addressing a press conference held here on Tuesday, he said that WASA set up emergency drainage camps, installed 100 generators at all the disposal stations with installation of about 456 dewatering sets in the low lying areas of the city, established monsoon monitoring cell and cleaning of chalked sewerage system on priority basis. He said that WASA also set up about 41 centres in order to drain out rainwater whereas 70 dumper trucks, 106 jetting and sucker machines for cleaning drainage and sewerage system of the City. He said that Wasa also had provided security equipments at all the divisions and emergency centres with providing manhole covers in all offices in order to address any complaint in this regard.