Mamaur Lake is once again a threat to plants

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Lake Mamaur is once again a threat to crops
Schamli / Kairana. Even after the onset of the monsoons, the improvement of Lake Mamaur has not yet been possible. The planned sewage treatment plant (STP) on this lake is currently in the tendering process. During the rainy season, due to the breaking of the lake, the dirty water fills thousands of bighas of plants in the area. The village is also flooded with water. This harms both the crop and the population. Even during the rainy season, the lake often breaks.
The waters of the great drainage of Kairana flows into Lake Mamaur, which extends over 40 hectares. In addition, there is also the water from a connected pond in the river. Because of this, the lake overflows during the rainy days, sinking hundreds of bighas of the crop in the area. In addition, wastewater also gets into the populated area. This also damages the houses of the villagers. To improve the lake, a sewage treatment plant with costs of approx. 70 crores is proposed, but this has not yet emerged from the tendering process. Under Namami Gange, a plan for the development of the lake was drawn up and the proposal of the STP was sent to the central government. After approval, the plant’s tendering process will run at Lucknow level.
should be developed as a wetland
The then Divisional Commissioner of Saharanpur, Sanjay Kumar, had prepared a proposal for the development of Mamaur Lake as a wetland. If the water of the lake remains clean, there is a possibility of biodiversity development here. Like the Haiderpur wetland on the border between Muzaffarnagar and Bijnor, foreign birds can also come here, but as long as the lake is polluted, its development as a wetland is not possible.
He said…
The tender for the construction of the STP at Mamaur Lake is in progress. The tendering process is carried out from Lucknow level. Once this process is complete, the construction of STP will begin.
– RK Jain, chief engineer Jal Nigam.

Lake Mamaur is once again a threat to crops

Schamli / Kairana. Even after the onset of the monsoons, the improvement of Lake Mamaur has not yet been possible. The planned sewage treatment plant (STP) on this lake is currently in the tendering process. During the rainy season, due to the breaking of the lake, the dirty water fills thousands of bighas of plants in the area. The village is also flooded with water. This harms both the crop and the population. Even during the rainy season, the lake often breaks.

The waters of the great drainage of Kairana flows into Lake Mamaur, which extends over 40 hectares. In addition, there is also the water from a connected pond in the river. Because of this, the lake overflows during the rainy days, sinking hundreds of bighas of the crop in the area. In addition, wastewater also gets into the populated area. This also damages the houses of the villagers. To improve the lake, a sewage treatment plant with costs of approx. 70 crores is proposed, but this has not yet emerged from the tendering process. Under Namami Gange a plan for the development of the lake was drawn up and the proposal of the STP was sent to the central government. After approval, the plant’s tendering process will run at Lucknow level.

should be developed as a wetland

The then Divisional Commissioner of Saharanpur, Sanjay Kumar, had prepared a proposal for the development of Mamaur Lake as a wetland. If the water of the lake remains clean, there is a possibility of biodiversity development here. Like the Haiderpur wetland on the border between Muzaffarnagar and Bijnor, foreign birds can also come here, but as long as the lake is polluted, its development as a wetland is not possible.

He said…

The tender for the construction of the STP at Mamaur Lake is in progress. The tendering process is carried out from Lucknow level. Once this process is complete, the construction of STP will begin.

– RK Jain, chief engineer Jal Nigam.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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