The three-match ODI series between India’s men’s cricket team and Zimbabwe is scheduled to begin on August 18. Due to a lack of water supply in the city, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has instructed its players to take showers as quickly as possible.
According to the BCCI, Harare’s water shortage is “serious,” and the players have been instructed not to squander water at any cost. To save water waste, they stated that the team’s pool sessions had also been reduced.
A BCCI representative told InsideSport, “Yes, the water situation in Harare is serious, and the players have been notified about that.” “They have been instructed to use the least amount of water possible and to take baths as quickly as possible. To conserve water, pool sessions have also been reduced.
The biggest water shortage in history is affecting city dwellers, who must drive far to access water. The unexpected part of this is that Morton Jaffray Water Treatment Waterworks’ water production plant, not a drought, is to blame for the problem since it ran out of crucial water treatment chemicals. More than 2 million people receive water from it. As a result, there was a shortage of water.