Yavatmal is experiencing a severe water shortage, yet there are no funds available to implement solutions.

Maharashtra Jevan Pradhikaran (MJP) has announced over a dozen bids for its water supply extension schemes since January 20 . The organization is facing a significant cash shortage .

Yavatmal: District Collector Amol Yedge advised the officials at a review meeting for Jal Jeevan Mission held at his office on Wednesday to take immediate action to ensure that no house in the district is left without tap connections.He also requested that they develop an action plan for a successful treatment of the water shortage.Even as Maharashtra Jevan Pradhikaran (MJP) has announced over a dozen bids for its water supply extension schemes since January 20, the organization is facing a significant cash shortage.Praful Vyavahare, a MJP executive engineer, said that no funds have been received so far for the water supply initiative.

During the summer, residents in the area are struggling with a substantial drinking water supply.MJP jobs have been sacked by housewives who took out morchas carrying empty pots.In the EE department, stone pelting and verbal duels are all common.Officers, on the other hand, only give promises that supplies will be forthcoming.

Even as work for laying pipelines and constructing water treatment plants along the 25-kilometer stretch between the city and the dam site is yet to be completed, the minister even promised the district water supply from the Bembla project by May 31.Due to a deficit of funds, projects are taking place at a snail's pace.Madan Yerawar, the former Bhumres chief, had also promised water from the Bembla scheme on a variety of occasions.