The two major cities of Pakistan, Islamabad and Rawalpandi are yearning for clean drinking water. In these twin cities of the Federal capital, unclean water is creating threats for the health of inhabitants. It is causing bacteria, toxic metals and pesticides. These are the result of hepatitis and skin diseases. Almost 10 percent of the citizens are being infected by some deadliest diseases.
Sometimes they surrender their right to live because they cannot afford for the treatment. It is not only for Islamabad or Rawalpindi; it is throughout the country. The concerned authorities are requested to ensure the availability of clean drinking water to the people of the Federal capital and also other cities of the country.