Even money can’t buy water in posh Chennai neighbourhoods
| Thursday | 11th July, 2019
“The other day, my son was having a shower and the water in the taps ran out.
My maid lives close by and we realised that our situation is not very different when it comes to access to water.
They are concerned about the premium that needs to be paid to private tankers to bring the valued resource to their doorsteps.
It is definitely pinching us.” Metro water tankers cost about Rs 800 for 9,000 litres of water, but private ones have been charging anywhere between Rs 4,000-Rs 5,000.
But suddenly you realise that you may have money but if there is no water itself, what is it that you are going to buy?
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