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Water is essential for survival; all of human civilization depends on having a reliable supply of fresh water available. Unfortunately, water is not an infinite resource, and, water depletion could be a serious concern in the near future because every aspect of human life will be affected. Pakistan is a nation that has been suffering from shortage of water in the recent years. Over the past decade, Pakistan has been facing scarcity of potable water due to the contamination of the Indus River as well as the excessive use of it for agriculture. Pakistan's main source of freshwater, the Indus River, is slowly dying because the contamination and poor sanitation are rendering it too toxic use.
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. This means that humans are consuming far more water than the planet can provide. Water scarcity is among one of the worst problems that is facing society today. A rising number of regions, all over the planet, are beginning and continually faced with a shortage of water. Water shortage can be linked to both a natural and a human-made phenomenon (www.un.org).