Weeks after the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) said that water in Delhi was the most unsafe among 21 State capitals in India, the Delhi Jal Board (DJB) on Wednesday said that 98.19% of the 4,204 samples the board collected from across the city were found to be fit for drinking.
In November, a study by BIS, based on 11 water samples collected from across the city, said that all the samples had failed the quality test. After the BIS study, the DJB collected five samples from each municipal ward of the city and tested it.
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