Drought hit Marathwada village puts poster asking people to avoid getting hiccups| Ghanti Bajao

25 Jun 2019 11:34 PM

Drought hit Marathwada village puts poster asking people to avoid getting hiccups| Ghanti Bajao

Updated 25 Jun 2019 11:34 PM

Marathwada, comprising eight districts including Aurangabad, has traditionally been a low-rainfall area and the grid project aims to create an integrated piped network to
supply water for drinking, industrial and agricultural purposes all through the year.
Residents of Adul village on the border of Beed and Aurangabad districts have taken to reusing bathwater for their daily chores.

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