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    Hyderabad: The Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (HMWSSB) and the Telangana Electricity department clarified on Monday that there is no shortage of power supply or drinking water at Osmania University hostels. This clarification comes after the chief warden of the OU hostel falsely claimed a shortage of electricity and drinking water.

    The Electricity Department stated that the Osmania University campus receives continuous power supply from two dedicated 11KV feeders from the 33/11 KV Osmania University substation. Meter readings have confirmed uninterrupted power supply to the university campus.

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    Officials from the Hyderabad Water Board also clarified the situation, confirming that the Water Board supplies drinking water to the campus from two sources. Water is sourced from Tarnaka under O&M Division 7 and the Adikmet sections under O&M Division 5.

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    As per the agreement, 455 kiloliters per day (KLD) of water should be supplied to the campus through a 200-mm-diameter pipeline. However, the Board currently supplies 1,194 KLD of water. Additionally, while another 50 KLD of water is supposed to be supplied from Adikmet through a 100 mm-diameter pipeline, the actual supply is 77 KLD, totaling 1,271 KLD.

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    Senior officials from the Water Board, along with the relevant assistant engineer, visited the campus to confirm the water supply situation. It was determined that more water is being supplied than what was specified in the contract. The Water Board is ready to provide additional water as requested by OU officials.

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