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PM Imran Khan warns of worsening water crisis in Pakistan

Prime Minister Imran Khan addressing the World Environment Day event that Pakistan is hosting in partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme in Islamabad, on June 5, 2021. — YouTube/Hum News Live

Prime Minister Imran Khan said Saturday a water crisis is in store for Pakistan and lamented that the provinces were already blaming each other for water theft.

The prime minister made the statement during the World Environment Day event that Pakistan hosted in partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme.

“Pakistan’s 80% water comes through glaciers, and glaciers are being severely affected due to global warming …. India, and several other countries will be impacted by this,” he said.

The premier warned that glaciers were melting due to global warming and if the world did not pay attention now, there could be further devastation across the globe.

The prime minister said governments across the world could not implement their policies of environmental…

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