The Supreme Court on Monday formed a six-member committee to study the quality and quantity of water at the Wazirabad water treatment plant in Delhi which is critical to meet the water requirements of the national capital. .A Bench headed by Justice L Nageswara Rao decided to call for an expert committee report after States of Haryana and Delhi traded allegations regarding the quantity and quality of water supplied from Haryana. While the Delhi Jal Board alleged that Haryana has reduced water supply leading to spike in Ammonia levels in the water, Haryana claimed that water was being diverted before it reaches Wazirabad. .Hence, to ascertain the factual position, the Court proceeded to appoint a committee to make a study and report to the Court within three days. ."Before entering into merits of the matter, we feel fit and proper that a committee should be appointed to conduct a local inspection and report here within 3 days. Committee shall report on quality and quantity of water given to Wazirabad plant, levels at Wazirabad plant and see if the water is being diverted to water treatment plants before it reaches Wazirabad and two other areas," the Court ordered. .The Committee shall consist of: 1. Joint Secretary of Jal Shakti ministry be nominated by Secretary, 2. Secretary of the Minsitry of Jal Shakti, 3. member of DPCB, 4. member of Delhi Jal Board. 5, Member of Haryana Pollution board and 6. Haryana Agricultural Board. .The Court was hearing a plea by Delhi Jal Board alleging spike in Ammonia levels in the water supplied to Delhi from Haryana.The case will be heard again next Friday.