Have you heard of a country named Libya, Western Sahara, Yemen, Djibouti or Jordan? If no, let me tell you that these are the top 5 counties which are facing water crisis to such an extent that their countries economy has dropped down extensively in the last decade.
Happy that India is not one of them?? Let me give you one more good news, India did not come in the list of top 39 countries which are facing water scarcity issued by World Resources Institute.
Now, what if I say that in the last 4 years 13000 Indians (whom we call our brothers and sisters) died just because of the scarcity of fresh drinking water? Also, you would love to hear that there are reports of committed murders just because there was no water to drink. According to research done by “Thomson Reuters Foundation” by the year 2030, more than 50% of Indians(more than 750million Indians) will not access to fresh drinking water. Still happy?
AND, Government of India is not at all responsible for this, we the Indian common man are only and only responsible for all this wastage. Want to know how a common man is responsible for the entire crisis? Have a look at this calculation.
The world is going digital and automatic day by day. Almost everything around us is now automatic with all latest technology fixed in it. This is where automatic water level controller comes in our daily life. As the name suggests it’s an automatic device that can be used to control or check the level of water and our motor or pumps can be managed accordingly. Read More
As per an article in Navbharat Times, dated 18.May.2018. Many people living in the capital city of India have to get up early in the morning just to fill water for their daily needs. All this is just because of water conflicts between Delhi and Haryana.