Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Harivansh Yadav Vs Union of India & Others dated 17/03/2021. Prayer in the application was to restrain M/s Singh & Giri Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. from doing mining in West Champaran district in Bihar on the banks of rivers Gandak, Bansi (tributary of Gandak), Bhuraha, Harbora, Masan, Jhikrauli, Koshil, Harha, Dwar-Da, Kathan, Pandee and Uria (all tributaries of Budhi Gandak).

This study includes a seasonal analysis of sediment contamination of the River Gandak by heavy metals. It passes through the many small, medium and big cities of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar in Indian Territory. To explore the geochemical condition of the streambed sediment of the river, seven heavy metals, namely Co, Cu, Cr, Ni, Cd, Zn and Pb were analyzed.

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