IRSA rings alarm bells over water deficit

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Observer Report
Islamabad

Indus River System Authority (IRSA) rung the alarm bells on Thursday as the water crisis in Pakistan is entering into a dangerous phase.

Irsa in its statement warned that the shortfall of water in the country was becoming acute as water scarcity had reached in the region between 25% to 30%.

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