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Source: Down To Earth,
Mar 15, 2003
March 20, 2002: There are more " To Let" Boards visible in the New Washermanpet
area of Chennai than any other part of the city. Some families have vacated their houses.
Others are just waiting for their children to complete their final exams before they can leave. The reason? Erratic water supply.

April 4, 2002: 150 residents of Savarkundla town in Amreli, Gujarat, took out a fanas
(lantern) procession to protest against the lack of water. Others climbed on to terraces, and rang bells (to awaken the administration).

April 23, 2002: In Kurnool town of Andhra Pradesh, protesters chased and drove away tankers from the municipal corporation premises.

May 1, 2002: An acute scarcity of drinking water continues at villages Balaha Khurd and Nangalia in Nurnaul, Haryana. Women are commonly seen roaming around with pitchers on their head, looking for water.

May 13, 2002:
When Rajibai of Jaora, a small town in Madhya Pradesh, went to collect water from a tap, she and her two sons were brutally beaten up by other residents. This led to a riot that left four people injured.
Water wars
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