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    The people in villages that are part of the Satavahana Urban Development Authority (SUDA) are facing a serious drinking water issue. Even though these villages were merged into the Karimnagar Municipal Corporation four years ago, they are still struggling to access clean water. Officials have promised to lay pipelines and provide tap connections, but these promises have not been fulfilled.

    During the summer, residents have to rely on tankers for their water supply, as corporators struggle to meet the demand. The lack of proper infrastructure and water facilities in these merged villages has made it difficult for residents to access clean drinking water. Despite efforts to improve the situation, many areas still do not have enough water supply.

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    After becoming a municipal corporation, nearby villages like Vallamphad, Arepally, and Sitarampur were merged into Karimnagar Municipality. However, the condition of drinking water in these areas has not improved significantly. The pipeline works that were started with government funds have not been completed, leaving residents without reliable access to water.

    Local public representatives have raised concerns about the inadequate water supply in these villages. Residents report that tap water is often limited, and many households do not have tap connections at all. As the summer approaches and groundwater levels decrease, the need for a sustainable solution to the water problem becomes more urgent.

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    Residents like Prasanna from Bommakal and Varalaxmi from Saraswati Nagar are speaking out about the lack of tap connections and reliable water supply in their communities. They are calling for immediate action to address the water shortage and provide essential services to residents. Despite promises from officials, many areas still do not have access to clean water through municipal tap connections.

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    Rajesh M
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