Drinking Water Shortages Plague Pakistan Region

Inter Press Service: "We have to purchase water from the municipalities for our daily use. The water column has gone too deep and it is hard to pump out the commodity," said Muhammad Shakir, a resident of Hayatabad, an upscale town in Peshawar, the capital of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP). The situation isn't showing any sign of improvement and is going from bad to worse, as increasingly the children don't to schools and colleges due to non-availability of water, he says. Shakir, a businessman says the matter has been......

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