Hyderabad: Could Hussainsagar Lake, the pride of Hyderabad, do with an overhaul? Or to put it nicely, a makeover? The architects in the city along with many residents, certainly feel so.
According to data available over 96 lakh vehicles are registered in the state up to April, of which 50 lakh were in Hyderabad.
The residents alleged that they were suffering from throat irritation, headaches, breathing difficulty and allergies due to the emissions.
Corporation has left citizens who participated high and dry.
The Union power ministry has taken a serious note of the pollution caused by the coal-based thermal power plants.
The NGT bench, headed by Justice Nambiar was dealing with a petition by one B. Harshvardhan Reddy.
The government needs to extend it to Institute of Preventive Health stated sources in health department.
NGT asks pollution body if Telugu states are desilting or mining; Asked if machines can be used.
The official figures slate that the loss would be 10,000 fishes or 10 tonnes.
Hyderabad: Locals at Shamirpet, a tourist spot about 25 km from the city, woke up to hundreds of dead fish floating in the lake.
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