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India will face a severe water crisis in the next few years-UN

India will face a severe water crisis in the next few years-UN

The United Nations has warned that India will face the biggest water crisis in the next few years.

According to an international report, about 200 million people worldwide do not have access to clean drinking water. The United Nations fears this number will increase by leaps and bounds in the next few years.

The report presented the claims that by 2050, India will face the highest shortage of drinking water. This is the massive wastage of fresh water in this country.

What are the exact figures in the United Nations report? It has been said that 80 percent of people in Asia suffer from the problem of clean water.

Mainly in China, Pakistan, and India, there is a shortage of drinking water. That is why the supply of drinking water will gradually run out. By 2050, India will be the most troubled country in the world with drinking water.

Why will such a problem arise in India? According to the United Nations report, many Asian countries, including India, use much more water than they need.

Along with usage, a lot of water is wasted. Also, water reserves are rapidly depleting due to multiple reasons like pollution and global warming.

The water issue will also have a significant impact on international diplomacy. India has signed an agreement with Nepal for irrigation and flood control.

There are concerns that tensions may increase between neighboring countries in the days ahead due to the use of river water near the border.

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