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We have booked an apartment in Bellandur, Bangalore, where we see the nearby lake, turning into a nalla after few meters.
I need to know whether the borewells in the vicinity will be impacted by nalla and what should be the distance between them? What all questions should we ask to the builder about water getting impacted by nalla?
Thanks

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I am in the process of constructing my house Bangalore (east facing road). Currently, the association of the layout provides borewell water (while there is no Kaveri water yet to this area). There is no permission to dig borewell in this layout. But in my plan, I want to make sure that there is a provision in the east side for digging a borewell in future whenever needed.

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Our borewell is 840 ft deep with the first water source at 480 ft depth and second at 830 ft 2 inch depth. While scanning we found mud filled at 810 feet onwards and water level stored till 630 ft.

Please suggest ways to clean the mud ? How much will the cleaning cost? Will cleaning the borewell be useful? After cleaning, which capacity motor and at what depth, should be installed to pump water?

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