J-K: Villagers Hold A Silent March To Protest Against Water Shortage

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Members of 'Sansad Adarsh Gram Yogna' held silent protests against the water shortage being faced in a village near Doda district of J&K

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Members of 'Sansad Adarsh Gram Yogna' held silent protests against the water shortage being faced in a village near Doda district of J&K. An ex-sarpanch of the village led the protest to address the problem which has been prevailing for over six months in the village. People travel 2 km far to fetch water for their homes. He said that the villagers have made several appeals to the authorities to provide the basic facilities, but it was left unheard. 

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