KERALA ON THE VERGE OF A GREAT FAMINE AND WATER CRISIS-SAVING 35 MILLION PEOPLE
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By 2017, one Kg of rice in Kerala costs 200 Indian Rupees; one Kg of tapioca costs 150 Indian rupees and one liter of bottled drinking water to 100 Indian rupees. Kerala is heading towards the Great ...
By 2017, one Kg of rice in Kerala costs 200 Indian Rupees; one Kg of tapioca costs 150 Indian rupees and one liter of bottled drinking water to 100 Indian rupees. Kerala is heading towards the Great Famine and Water Crisis. It is high time to formulate counter strategies to meet the exigencies, though both the Left and Right Political Parties and their leaders are least bothered about such an impending crisis other than engaging in their usual controversies, scams, corruptions and nexus with the criminals. Counter strategies have been proposed to save 35 million people in Kerala. Kerala suffers from wrong priorities ignoring basic conditions for the very survival. Without ensuring pure drinking water, uninterrupted power supply and waste management, it is building up Biggest Malls, Metro Trains and Sophisticated Temples, Churches, Mosques and Political Party Offices. Nobody, including Muslim Organizations or Political Parties , is bothered to examine why so many Malayalies working in the GCC Countries are sending back. Is there any solution for Kerala's problems. Yes, solutions are there; we can save Kerala and its 35 million people from an impending tragedy or fall. Read this presentation along with 'Alternative Development Strategy for Saving 35 Million People in Kerala' and 'Kerala Needs No More New Malls, Churches, Temples, Mosques, Party Offices but..."
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