Nagpur: In just 10 days, Nagpur Municipal Corporation and Orange City Water which have recently (From Feb 19 to Feb 29, 2016) started drive against water defaulters, have not only initiated action against 416 defaulters but also recovered arrears amounting to almost Rs 52.29 lakh.
From this connections of 47 consumers were also disconnected.
Under this drive called ‘Warrant Notice’ drive, the consumers who are disconnected for non-payment of water dues and still haven’t paid their arrears may have to face the action of ‘asset seizing’.
The drive is being conducted across the city. NMC-OCW has appealed all the citizens to pay their water bill on time to avoid the action.
It must be mentioned here that the defaulters who are liable to the aforesaid action, have already faced ‘disconnection’ owing to these arrears. Taking this into consideration, the action has been intensified this time around.
Across the city, the number of disconnected consumers is 11977. These defaulters have a whooping sum of arrears amounting to Rs.60,60,21,062/-.
These consumers, if still do not pay the dues, will face stern action. To pay the bills, consumers are requested to visit their nearest Zone Office at the earliest.
The bills can also be paid through online payment facility which can be availed from NMC website www.nmcnagpur.gov.in or OCW website www.ocwindia.com.
Paying tax for facilities availed is duty of every responsible citizen.
Nagpur Municipal Corporation and Orange City Water have appealed citizens to pay their water tax at the earliest.
Sakkardara ESR cleaning on Feb 4
NMC –OCW has planned to clean Sakkardara ESR on February 4 (Friday)
Following areas will remain affected for evening supply (6 pm to 7.30 pm).
Bank colony, Old subhedar, Jawahar nagar, Surve layout, Raghuji nagar, Bhosale wada.