Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon (MCG) to provide clean drinking water at affordable rates has planned to install water ATMs at selected spots in the city. In the first leg of the project as of now, it's decided that 60 such machines will be set up. They will be inviting organizations to install water ATMs in lieu of free advertisement space. To get water from the ATMs, one has to pay Rs. 2 for 250ml water, Rs. 3 for 1L and Rs. 10 for 20L. Request for proposals have been prepared and the invitation to interested parties will be sent soon. This decision was taken up in a meeting attended by senior MCG officials and Gurugram MP Rao Inderjit Singh. Asking private companies to install water ATMs on foot over-bridges in exchange of advertisement space was decided earlier too. But the project didn't click. When it comes to the count of water-ATMs, Delhi easily beats Gurugram, which has only one such machine at old MCG office.