Current water crisis caused by over development and lack of planning


By KW MAK

Dry spell: Dhiya Maisara Noor Aziz helping her grandmother to fill water into containers in Petaling Jaya.

WATER rationing was something that the Klang Valley experienced once upon a time in 1998. Back then, it was blamed on the phenomenon known as El Nino.

Today, Klang Valley residents are experiencing a water rationing exercise once more, but there is no freak global weather pattern to pin the blame on for the lack of rain.

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