The rising underwater water shortage in the country's capital Delhi could create a major crisis. New research says that the land in Delhi is sinking due to water scarcity, which could pose a serious threat to Indira Gandhi International Airport. Satellite data shows that there is a huge risk of submergence in an area of about 100 sq km of the country's capital. Of these, an area of 12.5 square kilometres is in Kapashera, which is just 800 meters away from IGI Airport. Due to the rapid increase in the coverage of ground subsidence at the airport, it seems that soon the airport will also be in its grip.
Source: News Track Live