The issue of water scarcity in India is growing at the same rate as the population of the country. Think tanks involved in the finding of solutions for this issue are not able to palpate the pulse of the troublemaker. As a result, the mudslinging continues. The buck is passed from people to the politicians and to those who are dealing with the distribution of public water.
There are plenty of rivers in India and about half of India is bordered with oceans. Rains are unpredictable but they still pour in quantities that are more than enough. Municipal corporations and administrations in the towns of India have figures to show that they have enough water that is distributed to almost all those areas which come under their jurisdiction. But at the end of it, the common man has to jostle for water and wait for hours.
A lot of analysis…
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