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BWSSB's revenue recovery drive begins today

By Our Staff Reporter

BANGALORE Oct. 22. The Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) has taken up an intensive revenue recovery drive from October 23 to 31 in the Central-2 and East -I sub-divisions.

Areas coming under the Central-2 division such as High Grounds, Vasanthnagar, Cubbon Road, Infantry Road, Cunningham Road, Bowring Hospital, Lavelle Road, Nehrupura, Tasker Town, Coles Park, Bharatinagar, Sivanchetty Garden, Thimmaiah Road, Commercial Street, St. John's Road, Dispensary Road, Shivajinagar, Market area, Chikkabazaar Road, OPH Road, and surrounding areas will be covered. Areas coming under the East-I sub-division, including Ashoknagar, Richmond Town, Langford Town, Austin Town, BDA flats, Neelasandra, Rudrappa Garden, Honnarpet, Jayarajnagar, M.V. Garden, Murphy Town, Halasuru, Domlur, Kodihalli, Vinayakanagar, Shantinagar, and surrounding areas would be covered during the drive, a release said.

BWSSB customers, who have not paid their water supply and sanitary bills, are informed to clear their bills immediately to avoid disconnection.

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