In Madurai, Scarce Water Makes For A Profitable Drought Business | Read

PUBLISHED ON: May 3, 2017 | Duration: 2 min, 18 sec

  
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In Tamil Nadu's Madurai, 43-year-old Shankmukham Nath is the bearer of good news for locals in Nehru Nagar. As he honks, it signals the arrival of water, costing Rs. 10 for 15 litres. For a water starved colony, he is a saviour. "Corporation water tanker comes here once a week, every Sunday evening. But SM Waters comes here twice every day. That's where we buy our water from," says Mohammad Afreeth, while helping his family fill water pots.
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