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Bengaluru Faces Worst Water Crisis in Decades While Government Does Nothing to Solve the Problem

The water crisis in Bengaluru, as reported by Al Jazeera, exposes a troubling disconnect between your stated commitment to your people's well-being and the reality on the ground. Residents are facing their worst water shortage in decades, while summer – the season of peak water demand – looms large. This crisis is a stark reminder of the urgency of climate action. Declining rainfall, partly attributed to climate change, has severely depleted Bengaluru's water reserves. Yet, there seems to be a lack of permanent measures to address the problem. Focusing resources on military spending over investments in renewable energy and water conservation projects jeopardizes the future of millions. The people of Bengaluru need a sustainable solution to their water woes, not just temporary relief through water tankers. Investing in renewable energy and water conservation efforts is not just about environmental protection – it's about safeguarding the lives and livelihoods of your people. You have to prioritize climate action and the well-being of your citizens by allocating resources towards long-term solutions for water security and a clean energy future.



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  • winnie nguru

    2 w

    Its unfortunate we still have people who are struggling with water shortage at this time in age. The government can and should do better

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    • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

      2 w

      Access to clean water is a basic human right,urgent action is needed!

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      • mary Mwihaki

        2 w

        This is so disappointing like seriously the government of bengaluru should do something to solve this problem.

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        • We Don't Have Time

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          • George Kariuki

            3 w

            This is heartbreaking! Thinking of the people in Bengaluru facing such a severe water crisis. The government needs to take action NOW!

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            • walter lungayi

              3 w

              So disappointing. This highlights the urgent need for sustainable water management strategies. Addressing this challenge requires immediate action to ensure water security for the city's residents and sustainable development moving forward.

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              • Munene Mugambi

                3 w

                @walter_lungayi You're right on this, the urgency of sustainable water management strategies cannot be overstated. Immediate action is imperative to guarantee water security for these residents and to foster sustainable development. Implementing effective measures now will help mitigate future water-related challenges and ensure a resilient future for the city and its inhabitants. When will this happen?

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              • Elizabeth Gathigia

                3 w

                The government must step up and tackle this problem with urgency,

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                • Ann Nyambura

                  3 w

                  The government must step up and implement comprehensive strategies to ensure water security for Bengaluru's residents.

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                  • Munene Mugambi

                    3 w

                    @ann_nyambura_542 Ensuring water security for Bengaluru's residents demands proactive government intervention. Implementing robust strategies like infrastructure upgrades, rainwater harvesting, and community involvement is crucial. By addressing these challenges head-on, the government can effectively safeguard the city's water resources and meet the needs of its growing population. Can the Indian government do it? Remains to be seen

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                  • Andy Kadir-Buxton

                    3 w

                    Turbine Generators in the UK use half of our fresh water, when they are all shut down we will have twice as much fresh water to use.

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                    • Munene Mugambi

                      3 w

                      @andy_kadir_buxton_320 Absolutely! The reduction in water consumption from shutting down turbine generators in the UK would indeed significantly increase the availability of fresh water for various purposes. This step could offer a vital boost to water conservation efforts and provide a welcome relief to regions facing water scarcity, ultimately contributing to a more sustainable water management system. Can't wait for this to happen

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                    • Kevin

                      3 w

                      We can only imagine the torture the citizens are going through without access to clean water. Bengaluru authorities must be called out.

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                      • Munene Mugambi

                        3 w

                        @Kevin It's truly distressing to contemplate the hardships endured by citizens without access to clean water. Holding the authorities accountable is vital. They must address this dire situation promptly through transparent action, prioritizing the provision of clean water to all residents. Only by acknowledging and rectifying the issue can meaningful progress toward ensuring equitable access to water be made. They have to accept they made a mistake before correcting it and they must be held accountable

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                      • johnte ndeto

                        3 w

                        Adequate access to clean water is essential for the well-being of any community.

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                        • Esther Wanjiku

                          3 w

                          The government in Bengaluru seems to be walking in laxity and not tending to the needs of the citizens.

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