Delhi finds solace amidst frightful water crisis

New Delhi: People in the national capital awoke to a frightful message from Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday morning, which stated that seven of the water treatment plants have been shut down, leaving Delhi under “unprecedented water crisis”. Now that the Army has gathered control of the Munak Canal, the AAP-led government expects to restore 25 percent water supply in the city by late evening on Monday.