“Safety is Prevention, better than Cure”
As soon as the season of monsoon arrived, the P.H.E department has already shown us, its facile concern for the daily consumers, who expect more respect and responsibility towards the general public and consumers in particular, in giving clear , odorless and safe supply of potable drinking water to every individual households. The Public Health Engineering (P.H.E) department has done its job very adversely again in providing unclear, odorous (disgusting smell) and unsafe water to the innocent consumers who use daily unknowing its ill-effects with less dissemination of information regarding the fact about the water supplied to them (us). What a shame and pathetic condition/sorry state of affairs but sometimes I wonder what they are doing when the people of Tura Town and other regions of Meghalaya are facing such a horrific, hazardous and blatant act by providing the name tag PURIFIED POTABLE WATER, committed by our own trusted so-called Government department instead of taking account on permanent solution and supplying a real potable water which is best known to them of persistent matter from the ages. What it really makes me astound is that one or two months back/so, the over-all quality of water has drop down its critical point of standard quality somewhat objectionable, in which it can be recognized and distinguished from its physical and chemical state form, present in the so-called potable water.