Water supply restored: Residents thank MCC Comr.
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Water supply restored: Residents thank MCC Comr.

October 20, 2019


This has reference to my letter “Lalitha Mahal Road residents complain of water scarcity” (SOM dated Sept.19) requesting the Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) Commissioner to restore water supply to the residents of Lalitha Mahal Road. We are happy to inform that the Commissioner has taken immediate steps to improve the water supply and for a change many officials of MCC have been visiting us at Sankalp Mahal enquiring about the water supply!

We would like to thank MCC Commissioner Gurudatta Hegde for his pro-activeness.

– K.C. Biddappa, Lalitha Mahal Road, 13.10.2019

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