WASA’s staff remained alert in low-lying areas to prevent water-logging

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Managing Director, Water and Sanitation Agency (WASA) Rawalpindi Muhammad Tanveer here on Sunday directed the sanitation staff to remain alert particularly in low-lying areas to prevent water-logging.

According to a WASA spokesman, the agency was put on high alert to cope with urban flooding following intermittent rain.

He informed that heavy machinery of WASA had been shifted to low lying areas to provide quick response in case of any emergency.

The agency was continuously monitoring the water level situation in Nullah Leh particularly during rain, he added.

He informed that the sanitation staff of WASA was present in the field especially in low-lying areas of the town and monitoring the situation. The staff deployed in low-lying areas was well equipped with water sucking machines, he said.

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