AAP's Atishi Accuses Haryana Govt of Stopping Yamuna Water Supply to Delhi
AAP's Atishi Accuses Haryana Govt of Stopping Yamuna Water Supply to Delhi

New Delhi - Atishi Marlena, a leader of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Delhi's minister, has accused the BJP-ruled Haryana government of conspiring to stop the water supply from the Yamuna River just before the May 25 polls in the national capital.

Speaking at a press conference on Wednesday, Atishi alleged, "The data suggests that just ahead of the May 25 voting (for Lok Sabha elections), the BJP is conspiring to halt the Yamuna river's water to create trouble for the people of Delhi. They are plotting to defame AAP and Arvind Kejriwal's government."

Atishi also warned, "I would like to alert the people of Delhi - do not fall into BJP's conspiracy. I would also like to tell BJP - you cannot deceive the people of Delhi, they are going to give all 7 seats to INDIA Alliance this time. We will immediately write to the Haryana Government. If necessary, we will also file an urgent application before the court. If no action is taken on our letter to the Haryana Government, we will approach the Supreme Court."

Highlighting the severity of the situation, she mentioned, "This is the first time in Delhi's history that the water level of Yamuna has dropped below 671 feet, recording at 670.9 feet."

The Delhi Minister also announced measures to cope with the water shortage, stating, "The CEO of Delhi Jal Board has been instructed to increase the number of water tankers within 24 hours. We have also directed to extend the functioning time of the borewell from 16 hours to 22 hours."

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