Fish – The water in the Samaspur bird sanctuary is contaminated and fish are dying

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Salon (Rae Bareilly). In the lake of the historic tourist center Samaspur Bird Sanctuary, fish are dying due to lack of oxygen and water pollution. Many fish that came on the water have died in the past 24 hours. This caused a stir among the employees.
Contamination of the lake’s water has also become a threat to other aquatic animals. Officials say this crisis arose because of the use of toxic pesticides and the lack of oxygen in planting rice fields in the fields next to the lake.
The Samaspur Bird Sanctuary, located on the Salon-Unchahar road, covers an area of ​​799,371 hectares, which is a boon for aquatic animals. Villagers in the villages adjacent to the lake planted rice fields using insecticides that also affected the lake. On the other hand, the contaminated water from Visaya Nala and Godwa Hasanpur Nala also falls into the lake. This poses a threat to aquatic life.
Thousands of fish were spotted over the water on Thursday after they died on the lake’s shore. Because of this, there was a stir among the employees of the bird sanctuary. The guards and soldiers on duty informed the officers. Regional forest officer Amit Kumar Srivastava said this problem occurs every year during the rainy season. After the dirty black water from the drains falls into the lake, the fish do not get oxygen, which causes the fish to begin to die.

Salon (Rae Bareilly). In the lake of the historic tourist center Samaspur Bird Sanctuary, fish are dying due to lack of oxygen and water pollution. Many fish that came on the water have died in the past 24 hours. This caused a stir among the employees.

Contamination of the lake’s water has also become a threat to other aquatic animals. Officials say this crisis arose because of the use of toxic pesticides and the lack of oxygen in planting rice fields in the fields next to the lake.

The Samaspur Bird Sanctuary, located on the Salon-Unchahar road, covers an area of ​​799,371 hectares, which is a boon for aquatic animals. Villagers in the villages adjacent to the lake planted rice fields using insecticides that also affected the lake. On the other hand, the contaminated water from Visaya Nala and Godwa Hasanpur Nala also falls into the lake. This poses a threat to aquatic life.

Thousands of fish were spotted over the water on Thursday after they died on the lake’s shore. Because of this, there was a stir among the employees of the bird sanctuary. The guards and soldiers on duty informed the officers. Regional forest officer Amit Kumar Srivastava said this problem occurs every year during the rainy season. After the dirty black water from the drains falls into the lake, the fish run out of oxygen, causing the fish to begin to die.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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