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HYDERABAD: Water board authorities have threatened to cut off supplies to government departments if they fail to immediately clear bills pending for the last three years. An RTI query revealed that dues from several government departments have mounted to a whopping Rs 300 crore.

 

 

 

Read at: Govt depts owe 300 cr water dues - The Times of India

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