Video: Pakistan’s Largest City Is Running Out Of Water, The Results Are Genuinely Terrifying

The Logical Indian

April 4th, 2016

Pakistan’s largest city is running out of water and both the causes and the results are genuinely terrifying.  Unreported World found poor infrastructure combining with climate change for Karachi’s 20 million citizens. The video has lessons for us and if we don’t wake up from the deep slumber we are in. The consequences are going to be terrifying. 17 districts in Maharashtra are already under drought and many states are facing the drought like situations. Earlier, we used to hear that we should leave something for generations to come but situations is so grim, that it seems our generation will face the consequences first. We appeal to every Indian citizen to stop wasting water.

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