the Sukhna Lake in Chandigarh, which was dying due to heavy siltation, has been revived by the efforts of the forest department of Chandigarh. According to H S Sohol chief wildlife warden

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Chandigarh: In a report submitted to the Chandigarh Administration, Prof M S Johal from the Zoology Department, Panjab University, has suggested that oxygen levels be increased in the Sukhna Lake to check fish mortality.

Prof Johal

Chandigarh, February 20 Officials of the UT forest department today found dead fish floating at the regulator end of the Sukhna Lake. Ecologists attribute the phenomenon to the rise in pollution. "A small number of fish have died apparently due to pollution. The possibility of the fish dying of a disease is remote for the number in that case would have been larger,' an official said.

Soil conservationist P R Mishra's search for the source of silt in the Sukhna Lake took him to Sukhomajri, a village in the denuded Shivalik hills.