ISLAMABAD (PPI) - Most of the newly installed filtration plants here in different sectors are out of order, compelling the residents to drink polluted water and posing threats to their health. "Million of rupees have been spent to provide clean drinking water to the residents in different sectors, but due to apathy of the authorities concerned these plants are out of order" a resident of G-7, Saif ur Rehamn told the agency. Ch. Muhammad Arshad a Patron Chief of Anjuman Whole Sale Fruit Commission informed that the installed filtration plant in fruit market is out of order since the day of installation and the residents are facing problems in fetching potable water. He urged the authorities concerned to take notice of the situation and repair the plant in order to ensure clean drinking water to the residents. A resident of Bhara Kahu, Adnan Haider, said the filtration plant installed here was out of order for the last nine months and no attention was paid to repair it despite repeated complaints. A health expert Dr. Zain-ud-Din warned that polluted water is on of the major cause of different diseases and it is essential to avoid the use of contaminated water. He appealed to use boiled water to avoid any health-related problems, especially in this monsoon season. School result The students of Ali Trust College outshined in the Matric examination 2008 with 100 per cent pass percentage and 5.83 GPA, the second highest in the Federal Board. According to a press release issued here Tuesday, it was debut of Ali Trust College, Islamabad that first ever Matric students appeared for the SSC examination 2008 conducted by federal board. A total of 18 students appeared in the examination out of which 15 got A+ whereas remaining three students secured Grade A.