Turkish forces and proxy factions shell drinking water pipelines in Om al-Kif
Turkish forces and proxy factions shelled today the drinking water pipelines in Om al-Kif town in al-Hasakah countryside, putting them out of service, also a citizen was slightly injured.
It worth mentioning that the drinking water is being brought from the Turkish-controlled Allouk station.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored on the 29th of March 2020 that the Turkish forces de-activated Allouk water station which provides Al-Hasakah city and other surrounding areas in its countryside with drinking water, cutting off water in the area once again three days after being re-pumped to the area.
On March 26, SOHR sources reported that drinking water was re-pumped today from “Allouk” station in rural Ras al-Ain, five days after being cut off.