Ghazipur's rivers: Turag and Lobondoho pollution crisis exposed.  Exclusive Interview with the Chairman of River Foundation

Ghazipur’s rivers: Turag and Lobondoho pollution crisis exposed. Exclusive Interview with the Chairman of River Foundation

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prothom hello ,

How many pollution points have you discovered in Ghazipur?

Monir Hussain: According to my study, there are 19 rivers in Ghazipur. These are Turag, Chilai, Lobondoho, Balu, Shitlakkha, Old Brahmaputra, Khiro, Paruli, Shuti, Banar, Nagda, Lauhajong, Bangshi, Shaldaho, Shutia, Gollar, Naljuri, Konai and Tongi rivers. In fact there may be more. Of these, Turag, Lobondoho, Chilai and Bangshi are the most polluted. We detected about 296 sources of pollution in the Turag River, 145 sources in Lobondoho and 56 sources in Chilai. The points of pollution are sewage outlets as well as effluents and effluents from factories, markets and homes.

prothom hello ,

Why has it become so important to save rivers?

Monir Hussain: Rivers are national resources. River crisis means national crisis. Everyone will have to unite to overcome this crisis. Rivers, after all, are the lifeblood of a nation. The flow of river water is intrinsically linked to our lives.

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