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June 20, 2017

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Water share of three coastal districts in peril

Water share of three coastal districts in peril

SUKKUR: The experts here condemned the theft of water from three coastal districts of Sindh (Badin, Thatta and Sujawal districts), alleging that the water was being provided to Karachi’s Bahria Town. 

The experts said this during a media workshop organised here on Monday by a local organisation ‘AWARE’. The experts included: Nadeem Azeemi, Muhammad Bux Soomro, Tanveer Ahmed Arain, Ghulam Mustafa Jamali, Hamid Soomro and others. They deplored that the provision of the water of the three coastal districts to Karachi’s Bahria Town would prove harmful for the population of the afore-mentioned districts.  According to the speakers, the government had initiated speedy work by utilising billions through the Sindh Water Sector Improvement Phase-I Project (WSIP). The experts termed it as destructive for the people of Badin, Thatta and Sujawal.

They stressed the farmers’ associations to be united and raise voice against anti-agriculture projects. They maintained that the silence over this burning issue would harm the people of these coastal districts of Sindh and agriculture sector of these districts would be destroyed.

  

 

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