A DAM supplying water to more than 600 people in Dala, West Kwaraáe was reportedly shut down by dissatisfied voters early this week.
Reports reaching Solomon Star bureau in Auki claimed the closure was related to the outcome of the election result which saw Sam Iduri retaining his seat.
Voters of a candidate who failed to secure the seat showed their disagreement through the closure, it was revealed.
A reliable source said the dam situated at Susulangi an inland area has been defecated into, and the primary tap valve being turned off.
Reports of human waste being discovered in the dam reservoir was heavily criticised by Auki residents who condemned those carrying out such act and call on leaders to intervene to sort out the problem.
The closure is believed to be carried out by those residing close to the dam.
Auki Police also confirmed receiving the reports and they are looking at ways to address the seriousness of the issue and find an amicable solution.
Earlier on Malaita Provincial Police Commander (PPC) Alfred Uiga reiterated calls to community throughout Malaita to refrain from doing such action and accept the election results wholeheartedly.
The PPC strongly stated that those carrying out unacceptable and unlawful activities in the community as a result of the election outcome would be apprehended by Police.
Dala community accesses clean water channelled by pipelines from the source which is situated inland.
Following the re-election of Sam Iduri as West Kwaraea Member of Parliament (MP) there have been disagreements.
Over the weekend, a copra mill in Buma and four semi-permanent classroom in Kwareá of West Kwaraáe were reportedly burnt to the ground by disgruntle voters.
By TEDDY KAFO