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SUP holds protest against water shortage in Badin

The Sindh United Party (SUP) on Saturday took out rallies in different towns of Badin district to register its protest against the unavailability of water in most parts of the district.

Ameer Azad Panhwar, the central leader of the SUP, who led a rally of farmers and party workers lashed out at both the Sindh and federal governments for their alleged failure to provide drinking water to the people in tail-end areas of the province.

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Panhwar and other leaders held the rulers responsible for the injudicious distribution of water, leading to the worst crisis in Sindh.

“The water share of Sindh was being diverted to ‘food canals’ of Punjab and the people in lower parts of Sindh have been deprived of drinking water,” he said. He went on to say that the people living along the coastal belt were forced to drink contaminated water from lakes.

They slammed Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah, his cabinet members and Federal Minister for Water Resources Syed Khurshid Ahmed Shah for their “misleading” statements on the current flows of water in the system.

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In a statement, SUP President Syed Zain Shah alleged that inefficient rulers had created the mess by depriving the people of Sindh of drinking water. He warned the rulers of the dire consequences if due share of water was not given to Sindh forthwith.



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