Amid Water Crisis, Delhi Appeals to Haryana on “Humanitarian Grounds”

New Delhi: Delhi government minister Atishi has appealed to Haryana government to release water on “humanitarian grounds” as Delhi faces a severe water crisis.

As Delhi and their residents suffer from both heatwave and at the same time great water shortage, the Supreme Court has directed the Himachal Pradesh government to release 137 cusecs of surplus water to Delhi and instructed Haryana to facilitate its flow. The supreme court emphasized that the shortage of drinking water has become an “existential problem” in the national capital.

Himachal Pradesh has stated that it has released the water, but it needs to pass through Haryana. The AAP government has accused the BJP-ruled Haryana of not releasing Delhi’s share of water.

Shruti Suman

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