This year summer also there is no much water shortage because of the Godavari waters and Krishna waters supply to the city of Hyderabad. But if water is wasted like this definitely there will be an effect on the availability of water in the city.
It comes down to not adhering to honest practices in contract allotment and execution.
The construction of tar roads, small bridges, boundary walls, general Govt buildings etc are all suffering from one deficiency or other and in the very first rainy season in their life show their worth.
How to correct this situation and how to bring fairness and honesty coupled with strict monitoring of quality is the question coming in the minds of people who are suffering because of no fault of their.
Knowledge is power.
It is also very surprising how these materials of inferior quality find a place in the market. There is a department of quality control to check the quality of each and every thing, be it food items or non-food, but there is a process also to pass the QC test for inferior quality of goods. I hope all members understood, which process I am talking about. Because of this the pipe lines bursts, the under construction flyover collapses and people suffer.
It is a long chain and many influentials are involved in it. When some grave mistakes are unearthed, everybody involved in a particular project pass the buck onto others and ultimately the case finds a place in the courtroom that has its own way of functioning. I do not know whether there is any solution to this.
"Life is easier when you enjoy what you do"