Most populations in India consume dirty water. Water purification facilities are unavailable to the common masses. In slum areas, there are no clean toilets and hence, disposal of body wastes contaminates clean water. According to a research, 140,000 children die every year from diarrhoea. Other water borne diseases like typhoid also attack many in the population. Due to exposure to many deadly diseases, many children in India suffer from stunted growth. Poor sanitation also leaves the individual to live in dirty living conditions. I request to the Prime Minister of India, Mr Narendra Modi, to resolve sanitation problems and plant more water purifiers and filters in all the provinces of India. Moreover, the government should also revamp the health facilities available to the mass population. 

SHAHJAN MUNEER, 

Turbat, August 1.