Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Meera Shukla Vs Municipal Corporation, Gorakhpur & Others dated 07/03/2019 regarding pollution of Ramgarh Lake, Ami River, Rapti River and Rohani River in and around District Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh. The rivers in question are tributary of river Ghaghara which in turn is a tributary of river Ganga.

A number of people have taken shelter in various relief camps.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Baldev Singh & Others Vs State of Punjab & Others And Brig. H.S. Brar Vs State of Punjab & Others dated 27/08/2013 regarding pollution caused by the tannery and other industry situated in Punjab and Haryana thereby polluting the major rivers in the State of Punjab and Haryana, namely, Satluj, Vyas, Ghaghara and also the rivers in the Haryana and also polluting the ground water.

BAHRAICH: The level of Ghaghra is regularly rising because of heavy rainfall in the catchment areas and water being discharged by various barrages in Nepal and Uttarakhand.

Chitla - the state fish of Uttar Pradesh is now critically endangered. The fact comes from National Bureau of Fish Genetics Resources (NBFGR), Lucknow.

Separate teams to conduct surveys on 16 stretches, covering 2,800 km of the river system.

BAHRAICH: Much chaos was witnessed in dozens of villages of the district after Spur no.

The flood situation continues to be grim as large swathe of area remained inundated after rains lashed large parts of the state in last 48 hours. Many schools have been turned into relief camps. Villagers are being evacuated from villages and shifted to these camps.

"Situation is very bad in Barabanki and Gonda where Ghaghra is in spate.

Tarannum Manjul

Even as the overflowing Ghaghra river is creating havoc for school going children in Bahraich, the district administration has ensured that children in the 219 flood affected villages do not miss their classes.

Chhoti Gandak is a meandering river which originates in the terai area of the Ganga Plain and serves as a lifeline for the people of Deoria district, Uttar Pradesh. It travels a distance of about 250 km and drains into Ghaghara near Gothani, Siwan district of Bihar.

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