Wake up call for Delhi middle class - Water
From a friend who says attached is Just another morning in Delhi that is invisible to upper and middle class eye.The class that cannot stop washing their cars, courtyards and balconies everyday.
They see water crisis as a thing for those in the margins. That will change very soon. Wake up call for all. more
Well said; the people who are daily wasting water for washing cars & varandas are doing at the cost of future generation. If our govt.is liberal, they should not take undue advantages of it. If one has got no morality, one can't help it. more
Using water judiciously including washing the cars are required measures but these will not be able to help for long. This problem has to be tackled at a national and international levels. more
We all must save water in any aspect of our consumption and keep saving more, while planting trees and more trees to protect and harvest water too more
Water management as a whole is required for every place not only in Delhi but all over India or this is going to become very major issue in near future and as we all know "water is elixir of life" and life without water is not possible. more
i think water should be judiciously used. verandas/cars can be cleaned without washing them. Money is not the substitute of water. more