المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Al-Hasakah | Turkish forces re-pump water to Allouk station, after hours of water cut-off for “maintenance”

Reliable SOHR sources have confirmed that water re-pumped to Allouk water purification station which is under the control of Turkish forces in rural Al-Hasakah, after water supply to Al-Hasakah city had been cut off for hours due to power outage and maintenance work.

 

SOHR sources said earlier this afternoon that Turkish forces shut down “Allouk” water station in the countryside of Ras al-Ain (Seri Kanier), which supplies Hasakeh city and surrounding areas in its countryside with drinking water. The pumping of water to the area was stopped, for unknown reasons. It is worth nothing that that was the ninth time for Allouk water station to be de-activated by Turkey.

 

In late August, Syrian Observatory sources confirmed that Turkish forces deliberately shut down on more than 25 occasions “Allouk water purification station” which supplies Al-Hasakah city and surrounding areas with drinking water. It is worth noting that Al-Hasakah city and countryside had seen growing public anger over the water cut-offs, after the Turks suspended the pumping of water to Allouk station.

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