Big claims of Delhi Govt

Its leadership says that It led the demise of inverter and battery industry by supplying uninterrupted power to all Delhi homes.

Their leaders are also saying we will bring bad news for RO, water purifier, water boosting motor industries as our govt is working on to provide 24 *7 potable and clean water to every household in Delhi.

If your experience is otherwise raise your voice or hold the peace forever more  

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WHO and other expert bodies have claimed that use of RO and studies show that several minerals are also destroyed in purification process leaving people consuming RO filtered waters over a long period of time. Osteoporosis/bone density weakness is one of the side effect. There would always be voices of dissent when something good is planned and the dissent would be from agents of opposing parties - intellectuals who are blind followers with no other work but to criticize any and every steps of Government in power elected by majority which did not go down well. Several steps have been taken by AAP in restoring ground water tablets and the results have been aided by extended monsoon and off season rains too. I do appreciate critics who criticize wrong steps as it would act as a correction guide. I have met many people who have appreciated the Electricity Bill relaxation. Take a DTC Bus ride and see how ladies/girls/females enjoy Free rides which BJP and Congress had pooh-poohed as Election gimmick of AAP which would be withdrawn once it came to power....they were proved wrong and ladies who earlier spent money for commuting are able to save it for kitchen expense for family. However Negative People can only see Negative Things. more  
It is the basic duty of the Govt. of the day to supply pure & potable water to its citizens, If the Govt, is unable to do that, it has no right to stand on high on moral ground. more  
To be honest, Delhi government has implemented the free water for usage upto 20,000 litres a month. This has somewhat brought many connections into metered ones. Also diesel gensets as power backup in hardly seen in Delhi, saving air pollution. Of course, reason could also be costly fuel and awareness about pollution. Our electricity bills, maybe owing in part, to LED bulbs is lower. In balance, water and power as a resource too must be saved. more  
Absolute crap. We get water one hour in the morning and 1 hour in the evening in Saket H block. Power has been good even before Kejriwal came to power. He can’t claim credit. After his coming larger families are subsidising for others. Kejriwal and his lies !!! more  
We are receiving water alternate days and some times it came after 4and 5 days. It is not purofired and we have to purchase from market. It will be difficult to live without R. O and inverter when people ate working from home. more  
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