In drought-hit Delhi, the rich get limitless water, the poor struggle for every drop

The politicians, civil servants and corporate lobbyists who live in
substantial houses and apartments in central Delhi pay very little to
get limitless supplies of piped water. But step into one of the slum areas in the inner city, or a giant
disorganized housing estate on the outskirts and there is a daily
struggle to get and pay for very limited supplies of water.

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