Is Karachi heading towards a water crisis?
THATTA: The falling water degree of Keenjhar Lake may just lead to water scarcity in Karachi, resources knowledgeable Geo Information on Tuesday.
The resources published that the water degree at Keenjhar Lake, which is positioned close to Thatta, has reached 46 ft. The water degree has lowered 3 ft within the ultimate 20 days, knowledgeable a supply in Sindh Irrigation Division.
When the water will achieve 44 ft the availability to Karachi shall be closed, supply stated, including that the lake provides 1,200 cusecs water to the city day by day. To start with, the water was once closed for all distributaries at 42 ft but it surely has larger because of the deposits on silt in it, the supply defined.
These days, efforts are being taken to revive the lake to its unique degree of 54 ft. Then again, the federal government should take motion to forestall a water disaster within the industrial hub of Pakistan.
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