All illegal water connections will be removed besides revising the water and sanitation and tariff in all water and sanitation authorities in the Punjab to improve their efficiencies. Further, the federal government will be requested to assign a social tariff for the WASAs to reduce the electricity burden from it while burden of water and sanitation charges on lower group would be reduced and revenue generated by the WASAs would be spent on its required equipment. This was decided in a second meeting of the resources mobilization meeting chaired by the Punjab Minister for Finance Hashim Jawan Bakht. The meeting was attended by the minister for irrigation Mohsin Laghari, education minister Murad Raas, and officials departments concern. The agenda of the meeting was to discuss the business plan of increasing the indigenous revenue generation of the WASAs. Secretary Housing and Public Health Engineering briefing the meeting about the proposed business plan of the WASA Lahore, Gujranwala, Multan, Faisalabad and Rawalpindi that the government will provide Rs 18.5 billion subsidy to them by 2023 while WASAs could increase its revenue streams by Rs 7.4 billion by implementing on the proposed plan. The government will need to give Rs 7.9 billion subsidy in the next three years while after then the WASAs will be self-sustained and subsidy will not be required.