Water Crisis In Pakistan

Shakila Sadiq

WATER CRISIS IN PAKISTAN

Water shortage is the most common recent problem around the globe and according to the UN by the end of 2025 are about 1,800 million people living in “fewer water areas”. Pakistan also faces the inconvenience that we are in third place with a serious water shortage. In Pakistan, it has become a very serious crisis due to our shortage of capacity to store water. Unfortunately, until now it was not possible to appear as the real revelation in national or global media. Reports from the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the Pakistan Water Resource Research (PCRWR) warn that people will have little water by 2025 and that more than 200 million people will depend on the comprehensive court. Water, there are already many options. The public will find responsible answers to this question. Pakistan is the fourth largest water consumption in the world and has the highest hydroelectric level of all time: the amount of water per cubic meter produced per unit of GDP. – A world that describes a large outrageous image of the nation “It is not extensive in the guide” As reported by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Pakistan is one-third of people suffering from water shortages. The nation has 1017 cubic meters of water supply per year, which is dangerous near the failure of 1,000 cubic meters per line. Pakistan receives approximately 145 million pieces of groundwater every year, but it can only land 13.7 million pieces. It needs 40 million parts of the water, but unfortunately, it lost 29 million parts of the ground because we could not build dams.

Many scientists expected Pakistan to become the most aquatic nation in the district in 2040. The experts have pointed out many times towards the growing severity of the building water crisis in Pakistan. The water crisis in Pakistan has not been grown suddenly. It is due to the negligence of the authorities that they have not concentrated on increasing the storage capacity of water of Pakistan. This problem has now become an enormous issue and has become a point of concern all over Pakistan and there are several factors contributing to the water problem which includes;

Reduction in rainfall

Poor management of water

Climatic changes

Lack of political interest for building water storage reservoirs

Lack of water storage capacity

Ill-usage of drinking water in washing clothes and watering plants and other issues

Lahore Waste Management Company launches Lahore’s streets with clean water. 30 500 liters of drinking water is wasted every day. Water wastage takes place on several levels. Most of the agricultural land is flooded with gravel and, as the International Monetary Fund says, this waterway is constantly undermining and recovering only a quarter of the annual labor costs. Surprisingly, horticulture, which consumes the sharp water, is largely tax-free, which makes it a burden on our economy.

In Pakistan, the lack of water is associated with an unavoidable increase in temperature. About 65 people, who suffered from heat stroke in Karachi in May this year, lost 1200 people in 2015 due to the singing climate. Even the storm has been sporadic in recent years and the winter season has decreased from four to two months. At the same time, forests account for 2 per cent of the country, as opposed to 5 per cent during the independence period in 1947. These components are the circumstances and the final results of environmental change, and in addition, Pakistan needs to the dam to prevent gurgling water. Former Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi reported this year about Pakistan’s first water policy, but the government’s strategic specialists do not know how to deal with the water crisis.

The dams in Tarbela and Mangla, the two largest water reserves in Pakistan, have recently been quiet and have begun discussing the online media that lack positive legislative measures to deal with water shortages. These two big reserves can save water for just 30 days and India can store water for 190 days while the United States can do it for 900 days. Even Egypt has the ability to save water for 1000 days as a detector for government officials and also for the subjects of this nation.

Water is a basic requirement for life, while experts say that 70% of the world’s water is used in the agricultural industry. Thus, the lack of water does not lead to horticulture and, ultimately, no food. On the occasion that we do not communicate, soon most of the rich country would be destroyed. The lack of water also causes security fighting in Pakistan and causes the struggle for this valuable asset.

All three territories of four target Punjab because they have purchased their water supply, a problem that is not ridiculous can cause sales of the population in different areas. Because it is an economy that pollutes water, Pakistan’s water shortage can also lead to a major economic emergency, which can also lead to a monetary event.

The most favored scheme of a large number of governments was to look for another to blame on it. Blame the governments of the past or India for the emergence of water, while in the meantime nothing is done to solve the problem. Albert Einstein once showed madness as “waiting to get incomparable results over and over”. So maybe this is our chance to abandon the conventional methods of water treatment and vitality that have not solved the problem.

Many nations, such as Israel, Saudi Arabia, the United States, Britain, Greece, etc. They move with creative thinking and progress at the forefront to make water a simple and open resource. In addition to ensuring a reliable and safe water supply, we must also collect continuous information to manage the general uses of water and recycling, which is possible by recording recent advances. It is advisable to reject the regular use of water and resort to imaginative answers to ensure water to who or what.

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