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Pakistan: A Karbala in the waiting

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Every year, April 1 brings to mind a bitter memory of what India did to starve millions of people in the Pakistani province of Punjab 64 years ago. It was the first salvo of the Indian water war against the infant State of Pakistan; the news shocked the nation. All protests, pleas and appeals by Pakistan fell on deaf ears of the disciples of Mahatma Gandhi’s gospel of peace and non-violence.

Water crisis is next big threat to Pakistan

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Water crisis is next big threat to Pakistan. Water dominate the world economy as a silent threat to global stability increase in the corridors of power, some fear, will fight for limited water resources, the future war. Water and food security were the main themes of the United Nations. Watchdog save it as the most dangerous to speak to one of the threats of the modern world. To look at things that, over 70% of Earth covered by water, less than half of them fit for human consumption. Today, more than 700 million people need food and water, life and survival.

Polluted water causes 40% of deaths in Pakistan annually

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Around 62 percent of Pakistan’s urban and 84 percent of its rural population do not treat their water, resulting in 100 million cases of diarrheal diseases registered in hospitals, with 40 percent of deaths attributed to drinking polluted water.
Unsafe drinking water is a source of many diseases including
diarrhoea, typhoid, intestinal worms and hepatitis and an estimated 250,000 child deaths occur each year in Pakistan due to water-borne diseases. It is estimated that more than 1.6 million DALYs (Disability

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