ISLAMABAD - Most of water filtration plants in the federal capital is in very poor condition as many plants are broken and have leaking taps, TheNation has observed. TheNation during a survey witnessed that people were facing enormous problems in getting water for domestic use in the scorching heat. The water filtration plants at I-10, I-8, G-6 and G-7 Sitara Market are in dilapidated conditions as the taps are broken and huge amount of water is being wasted daily. The residents of the area said that official time for water is 10:00am to 10:00pm but still they were facing water shortage during the time fixed by the authorities concerned. They maintained that they had to wait to get water because of the rush of the people waiting for their turn in the sizzling heat as only two taps are operational at most of the water filtration plants. Faheem, a resident of G-7, said that tall claims of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) of providing facilities to citizens and for the beautification of the city do not seem to be materialised and no one bothered to take notice of the matter despite repeated complaints in this regard. He maintained that the most of the time concerned area people do not get water in the evening. Babar, an operator of the filtration plant, said that the plant had been established one year ago and during this period the taps were repaired for several times but people either break or some times steal the taps. He further said that water was being supplied according to schedule at the plants. People of the area have demanded of the CDA officials to repair the water filtration plants without any further delay.