New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday described as a “great relief for Delhi” after the army secured the Munak canal.
“Thank you army, thank you centre for securing Munak canal back,” Kejriwal tweeted.
“Great relief for delhi”.
Kejriwal had also tweeted about army taking control of the canal. “Good news. Army takes control of munak canal gates.”
The Munak canal in Haryana, which supplies water to many parts of Delhi, had to be shut down after it was vandalised by a section of demonstrators demanding reservations in government jobs and educational institutions for the Jat community.
“We’ve completely run out of water. I appeal to the Centre with folded hands to immediately intervene and get Munak canal started in Haryana,” Kejriwal had said in an earlier tweet.