Water pollution in Pakistan: Saba Baran
Water pollution is one of the biggest pollutions in Pakistan. However, it is creating health problems in countries around the world. It is one of the dangerous diseases for every individual to kick the backet. Water pollution is caused mainly by the contamination of chemical waste from factories, poor drainage system and in-sanitary condition.
Polluted water often causes many diseases, such as hepatitis, diarrhoea and skin disease. Moreover, polluted water is also harmful for marine life as well. According to a single estimate, 53,000 children in Pakistan are affected by the ghosts of diarrhea every year after drinking water containing dangerous bacteria. According to another estimate, 40% percent of all deaths in Pakistan are caused by water contaminated with sewage and poor quality industrial water. Undoubtedly, it is one of the heartbreaking issues in Pakistan, where it is being faced by a considerable number of people. It is my humble suggestion to our current CM, who is Jam Kamal Khan, to resolve this issue as soon as you want to protect the youth of Pakistani