West Bengal

8 months ago

Encroached land identified to prevent pollution in Saraswati river

Saraswati river (symbolic picture)
Saraswati river (symbolic picture)

 

Howrah (August 29,2023) : Encroached land has been identified in the Saraswati River in Howrah district to prevent pollution in the river. The land has been encroached upon by individuals and businesses, and it is believed that this is one of the main reasons for the pollution in the river. The state government has directed the district administration to remove the encroachments and to take steps to clean up the river. The administration has also been asked to identify the polluters and to take action against them.

The Saraswati River is a major river in West Bengal and it is an important source of water for the people of the region. However, the river has been polluted by industrial waste, sewage, and other pollutants. This pollution has caused a number of problems, including the death of fish and other aquatic life, and the spread of diseases. The removal of the encroachments and the cleaning up of the river are essential steps to prevent further pollution. The government has taken these steps in the right direction, and it is hoped that they will be successful in cleaning up the river and restoring it to its former glory.


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