How will Indian cities become smart cities when half of them don’t have proper sewer lines?

A recent article published by Mr. SP Singh in Nai Duniya talks about the a hidden crisis of Indian cities – the lack of proper sewage systems? In the capital city, only 61% of the 35 sewage treatment plants are operational. With the upcoming monsoons, as the city’s human waste mixes with river waters, it not only threatens the city’s water supply; it poses the enormous human health challenges.

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Mr S.P. Singh is a journalist and a fellow with the Centre for Environmental Health