Mathura: Retired Judge and Chief Secretary will review the work of Yamuna Pollution – Mathura: Retired Judge and Chief Secretary will review the work of Yamuna Pollution

Vrindavan (Mathura). The National Green Agency expressed concern about the situation where Yamuna in Vrindavan was polluted from the Kosi drain and asked the retired Supreme Court judge, including the Secretary General of the state, for a report. In this regard, the Chief Secretary was asked to review the disposal of sewage and industrial waste in the Yamuna River in Vrindavan and the measures taken so far.
The order was passed after hearing a petition from Acharya Damodar Shastri and Vijay Kishore Goswami, who serve in the ancient Madanmohan Temple in Vrindavan. In this regard, petition advocate Aakash Vashistha said there were about 40 small and large canals, including sewers and 19 industrial waste drains, in the Yamuna court in Vrindavan. Almost all of Kosi town’s waste fell into the Yamuna. During the 40-day Vrindavan Kumbh period, sewage and industrial waste recently poured into the Yamuna, where thousands of people had arrived and presented the facts of bathing in the same water.
He said in court that Vrindavan is a spiritual and religious place. Where thousands of people arrive every day. Hundreds of people enter the Yamuna. Bathing in the heavily polluted waters of the Yamuna.
The NGT was also notified that the Secretary General, Central Monitoring Committee and River Rejuvenation Committees were not complied with on Jan. 27, despite the court’s instruction. The court also instructed the Monitoring Committee, led by Justice SVS Rathore, along with the Chief Secretary, to review the case and submit an independent report on compliance status by October 25th. In this case, the state of the drains in the Yamuna, the capacity of the STP and the state of the submerged area must also be reported.

Vrindavan (Mathura). The National Green Agency expressed concern about the situation where Yamuna in Vrindavan was polluted from the drain of the Kosi and asked the retired judge of the Supreme Court, including the Secretary General of the state, for a report. In this regard, the Chief Secretary was asked to review the disposal of sewage and industrial waste in the Yamuna River in Vrindavan and the measures taken so far.

The order was passed after hearing a petition from Acharya Damodar Shastri and Vijay Kishore Goswami, who serve in the ancient Madanmohan Temple in Vrindavan. In this regard, petition advocate Aakash Vashistha said there were about 40 small and large canals, including sewers and 19 industrial waste drains, in the Yamuna court in Vrindavan. Almost all of Kosi town’s waste fell into the Yamuna. During the 40-day Vrindavan Kumbh period, sewage and industrial waste recently poured into the Yamuna, where thousands of people had arrived and presented the facts of bathing in the same water.

He said in court that Vrindavan is a spiritual and religious place. Where thousands of people arrive every day. Hundreds of people enter the Yamuna. Bathing in the heavily polluted waters of the Yamuna.

The NGT was also notified that the Secretary General, Central Monitoring Committee and River Rejuvenation Committees were not complied with on Jan. 27, despite the court’s instruction. The court also instructed the Monitoring Committee, led by Justice SVS Rathore, along with the Chief Secretary, to review the case and submit an independent report on compliance status by October 25th. In this case, the state of the drains in the Yamuna, the capacity of the STP and the state of the submerged area must also be reported.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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