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Women walk long distances to fetch water in certain parts of the country. There is not only scarcity of water but water in most places is also contaminated. Using the hints given below together with your own ideas, write an article in about 125 words on the scarcity of clean drinking water, suggesting ways to improve the situation.
- Scarcity of clean drinking water
- Women travel long distances in certain areas like Rajasthan and Gujrat to fetch water
- Contamination of water
- Linking rivers
- Awareness of clean drinking water habits
- Water harvesting/water conservation
Water: Lifeline of life
By: XYZ, Class X
Water is the biggest crisis facing India in terms of spread and severity. With 20% of the world’s population, India must meet its water needs with just five percent of the globe’s available supply. The situation has reached the nadir because of dwindling water-supply, rapidly rising population and changing lifestyles.
Groundwater, which is the main source of drinking water, has been heavily overused. Moreover, it is polluted due to overuse of pesticides and chemicals in agriculture. River water, too, is contaminated and rendered unfit for drinking, due to discharge of effluents from industry and domestic sewage.
To provide permanent relief against water woes, the government must prepare a concrete plan of action. Awareness drives to educate users about water use should be carried on. Rain water, a free source of nearly pure water, must be harvested. The bitter irony is that large swathes of the east and northeast are flooded annually, killing hundreds and displacing millions, but schemes to link- rivers that would relocate the water to where it is needed the most have remained only on paper. These schemes should be implemented without delay.
Only a healthy nation can make a headway and it is imperative to make every serious effort to make its citizens healthy and fit. This can only be possible if a concerted effort is made with gravity.