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BAZAR: Concerns Raised Over Kabul Water Situation

They say that underground water is a national asset and nobody has the right to sell groundwater to people.

A number of scientists have raised concerns about the use of groundwater in Kabul and government’s failure to find solutions to resolve the water shortage problem. 

Experts have said in recent years the underground water level in Kabul has dropped by up to 20 meters. And now, some people with wells reportedly sell the groundwater to other Kabul residents at high prices.

In this episode host Zarmina Mohammadi discusses the topic with Jamal Abdul Naser Shokory - Director of Hydrogeology at the ministry of Energy and Water. 

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BAZAR: Concerns Raised Over Kabul Water Situation

They say that underground water is a national asset and nobody has the right to sell groundwater to people.

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A number of scientists have raised concerns about the use of groundwater in Kabul and government’s failure to find solutions to resolve the water shortage problem. 

Experts have said in recent years the underground water level in Kabul has dropped by up to 20 meters. And now, some people with wells reportedly sell the groundwater to other Kabul residents at high prices.

In this episode host Zarmina Mohammadi discusses the topic with Jamal Abdul Naser Shokory - Director of Hydrogeology at the ministry of Energy and Water. 

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