Delhi's water quality cannot be judged on basis of 11 samples: Delhi Jal Board

While speaking to ANI, Delhi Jal Board Vice-Chairman Dinesh Mohaniya on Tuesday said that the 11 samples are not enough to decide whether the water is clean or dirty in Delhi. He said, "We will now collect over 3000 samples and will pick at least 5 samples from each ward for laboratory tests and results will be put out in public domain." Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan on November 16 said that tap water in Delhi and several other cities did not comply with the requirements according to a study conducted by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS).