Maintaining water situation and quality!

ACCORDING TO the established survey, Pakistan’s water situation is extremely precarious as water availability has plummeted from about 5,000 cubic meters per capita in the early 1950s to less than 1,500 cubic meters per capita today. Food and Agriculture Organisation has warned that the per capital water availability would be less than 1,000 in Pakistan by 2035. Close observation suggests that around 90 per cent of the food and fibre production depends on irrigation. Out of the water tapped

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Need to rise to situation

What kind of relationship remains between the public entity – Trading Corporation of Pakistan – and mighty cartel of sugar mills on the payments issue, the core victim on either way were the sugarcane farmers who all the time have to bear the brunt. On one hand they face a lot in securing provision of water for their sugarcane crop at the preliminary stages, while on the other hand they are forced to run from pillar to post to get their payments from the millers, who are always in the habit of

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