Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Vijay Kumar Vs State of Punjab & Ors. dated 02/12/2013 regarding water pollution in Phagwara, District, Kapurthala, Punjab.

Original Source: http://www.greentribunal.gov.in/orderinpdf/230-2013(OA)_2Dec2013.pdf

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