• Prof. Dr. Muqarrab Akbar , Shoaib Ali Khan, Shumaila Dilawar, Dr. Muhammad Tahir Hassan


The Present study will shed a light on the ongoing water crisis in Pakistan. It was a problem in the past and it is still prevailing as a vital issue. This research will discuss the major issues leading towards water crisis in Pakistan because this crisis is leading gradually towards barren and dry lands in Pakistan. The paper will argue the possible factors of the water crisis that has alarmed a vast majority of people living in Pakistan. From wastage of water to illegal and poor supply on daily basis, every factor is clearly explained. How climate change has led to some already dried rivers and melting glaciers, apart from many other causes that are responsible for the lack of land irrigation and also responsible for constant floods which wreaks a lot of damage. It also includes the main factor which is the constant growth of population that increases demand for water even more. This research also describes the possible solutions that can help in preventing the water crisis from expanding further in the country. Possible measures are elaborated to store more water to meet the needs of the increasing demand for water across Pakistan in present as well as in future.


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Prof. Dr. Muqarrab Akbar , Shoaib Ali Khan, Shumaila Dilawar, Dr. Muhammad Tahir Hassan. (2021). WATER CRISIS IN PAKISTAN: PROSPECTS AND IMPLICATIONS. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(1), 4884-4892. Retrieved from https://archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/8948