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Water adalat tomorrow

Bangalore: The Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) will hold a `Water adalat' on Monday to settle disputes on water billing, delay in providing sanitary connections, water supply and other problems, at the office of the Assistant Executive Engineer of the South 1 sub-division at Banagiri.

The disputes of customers coming under the jurisdiction of Banashankari and Devagiri service station limits will be heard and settled.

Another adalat

The water adalat of West-3 and Southeast-2 subdivisions will be held on November 8.

The disputes of customers coming under the jurisdiction of West 3 subdivision such as Magadi Road, Bytarayanapalya, Padarayanapalya, J.J. Nagar, Magadi Road, Chalurpalya, Kempapura, Agrahara, Gopalapura limits will be heard and settled. The disputes of customers coming under the jurisdiction of Southeast 2 subdivision such as Byrasandra, Jayanagar first, second, third, fourth and fifth blocks, Wilson Garden and Lakkasandra limits will be heard and settled.

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