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    Drinking water contamination is a major concern in Hyderabad, especially in the southern and northern parts of the city. Locals have reported issues with the water quality, leading to waterborne diseases. Despite complaints to the Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (HMWSSB), the problem has not been resolved.

    One of the reasons for the contamination is the lack of an integrated drainage network, causing sewage to mix with drinking water in some areas. Places like Jeedimetla, Mehdipatnam, Neredmet, Nampally, Towlichowki, Yakutpura, RK Puram, Rasoolpura, Gun Bazar, and Malkajgiri have reported contaminated water.

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    Residents have expressed their frustration with the situation. Bina Rao from Nampally mentioned receiving dirty water with a strange smell despite reporting it to the Water Board. In RK Puram, Robin highlighted how sewage overflow and leaking pipelines are causing drinking water to mix with sewage water, making it unfit for consumption.

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    Rasoolpura residents like Nayeem Pasha are facing irregular water supply and poor water quality. They receive blackish water that is not suitable for drinking or domestic use, forcing them to buy water cans. Complaints to officials have not yielded results, with officials dismissing the issue as muddy water instead of addressing the contamination problem.

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