Manchar River in Kaarachi Faces Water Crisis

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Article Courtesy of Hafeez Tunio | August 9th, 2016 | The Express Tribune | Published as Educational Material

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One of Asia’s largest freshwater lakes, the Manchar river in Kaarachi is heavily polluted due to water contamination. Most of the people living nearby have diets consisting of varieties of fish or have jobs that are dependent on the fishing industry. Due to high levels of pollution, all the livelihoods of the people in the area are going down the drain. Experts suggest that the pollution crisis has been created due to the inability of the government to regulate or answer the needs of the lake. Read more about it here.

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