Mhow: Factory effluents polluting Angred river
ANI

Like last year, discharge of factory waste into Angred river of Sagore village has started once again this year. White foamy lather on black water with pungent smell could be noticed in the drain leading to Angred

river and also in the river. The residents of Sagore and other nearby villages are facing extreme difficulties due to the rising pollution.

Man Singh Bhandari of Sagore village along with other farmers have complained about the matter to the district administration. Bhandari said that black water having a foul smell is flowing in the drain adjacent to his farm and bore well. Due to this, his bore well water has also got polluted and is not drinkable any more. Many other farmers and villagers are having similar complaints.

Tehsildar Vinod Rathore said that he has received complaints of the villagers about pollution of Angred river due to industrial waste water. A team has been asked to submit a report over this issue and action will be taken against all those who are responsible for it.

KL Chowdhry, regional pollution control officer said that after he received information about it, a team was sent and water samples of the river along with all drains flowing into it have been taken. “Those samples have been sent to the laboratory and the report will suggest about the type of effluent, on the basis of which the responsible factory could be identified and action as per the law will be taken against the responsible factory”, Chowdhry said.

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