Bajura, Jan. 17: A total of 72 households at Jera village in Swamikartik Khapar Rural Municipality in Bajura district are reeling under severe drinking water problems. For lack of sufficient water supply, the villagers are forced to make long lines in early morning to late in the evening to fetch water in two public water taps. Sarjan BK, a local resident, said that the villagers have suffered a lot in absence of water source in the nearby area.
Locals have complained that the local representatives have also failed to work to meet their promises made in the election adding that no progress was made in regard to water supply in the village after their election.
BK said that the local representatives have not worked yet to resolve the crisis caused from the water shortage. RSS
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