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Karachi: Demonstration held against shortage of drinking water in Gwadar

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By: Shoaib Durrazai

KARACHI: Residents of Gwadar and members of Civil Society Gwadar held a demonstration against shortage of drinking water here on Monday outside Karachi Press Club (KPC).

The protesters had arrived from Gwadar to Karachi covering 700km distance just to raise the issue.
Addressing the protest, speakers said that Balochistan government had completely failed to provide drinking water to the people of Gwadar.

The protesters said that the residents of Gwadar had been facing water shortage for last six months. They questioned the international status of City port Gwadar, as there was no drinking water for the people.

Present in the demonstration residents of Gwadar, members of and political activists appealed to Prime Minister to take notice of this serious issue and resolve it instantly.

Published in The Balochistan Point on November 21, 2017

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