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#CPEC is the backbone of #Pakistan's Grand Strategy. Enemies are keen to foment trouble in #Balochistan to sabotage the project.
A hike in terror attacks has been witnessed in the past months in Balochistan especially in areas in proximity to #Gwadar which is part of #Sabotage.
Killings of #Hazara Shias in Balochistan helps the enemy kill two birds with a stone.
1. It causes trouble in Balochistan,
2. It decreses confidence of Shias in the state of #Pakistan and leads to anger and frustration in Gilgit Baltistan, The Critical province in #CPEC.
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There is a dramatic figure that has circulated for past year saying that 21 major Indian cities are expected to run out of groundwater by 2020. It has turned out that Niti Aayog's report on India's water crisis is based on zombie statistics via @jslaternyc
gginews.in/niti-aayogs-zo…
At first glance, the statistic looks solid. It comes from an official source, Niti Aayog, the planning arm of the Indian government. Niti Aayog cited the figure in a report that it put out in 2018 on India’s water crisis. Heres the report > niti.gov.in/writereaddata/…
There’s only one problem: while #WaterCrisis is real this particular statistic is dubious. It’s true that some Indian cities already face water scarcity issues. Chennai has all but run out of groundwater this year. washingtonpost.com/world/2019/06/…
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No words. #WaterCrisis
“40% of India’s population will have no access to drinking water by 2030, the report said.” gu.com/p/bjnqx/stw
Good evening everyone. Some replies are mentioning climate refugees as a threat, or as something to motivate right-wing people to care about #ClimateBreakdown. I have [strong] thoughts about that 👇. Have a read first?
Good morning. Except to the people who are answering "birth control" and other such ecofascist anti-human hatefulness in replies. They can fuck right the fuck off to fuck and then fuck off some more.
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#LokSabhaElections2019
Ground report from last village before Indo-Pak border in #Rajasthan

Women stand in the queues, day and night, walk kms everyday for each drop of water.

Raji (26) and her friends celebrate after spotting a water tanker for the first time @DeccanHerald
Children of this village skip their school to help their mothers in carrying water from tanker to home.
Since tanker had arrived for the first time, most of the households here wanted to lift utmost water for their house hold chores #Barmer #Watercrisis #rajasthan @DeccanHerald
#LokSabhaElections2019
72 years after Independence, for sizeable population in #Rajasthan, #Water is a dream!

Women in border villages end up spending 4-6 hrs a day, to carry water pitchers to their homes.

Most of them suffer with, back pain miscarriage & low BP
@DeccanHerald
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