Compliance statement on behalf of Central Pollution Control Board, Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board and National Ganga River Basin Authority with regard to Krishan Kant Singh & Others Vs National Ganga River Basin Authority & Others.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Krishan Kant Singh & Others Vs National Ganga River Basin Authority & Others dated 31/05/2014 regarding releasing of harmful effluent from Simbhaoli Sugar mill and Distillery and Gopal Ji Dairy into Simbhaoli Drain and finally into the River Ganga. The case of the Applicants is that the discharge from the Simbhaoli Drain is directly polluting the Ganga, the National River and
it adversely effects River Dolphins and Turtles, for which River Ganga is a prime habitat.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of Sampuram Singh Vs. State of Punjab & Ors. dated 06/05/2014 regarding underground water contamination caused by industries in Punjab.

Original Source: http://www.greentribunal.gov.in/orderinpdf/54-2013(THC)(OA)_6May2014.pdf

Previous Orders: http://www.greentribunal.gov.in/e-orders.php?eid=4528

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of Krishan Kant Singh & Anr.Vs. National Ganga River Basin Authority & Ors. dated 06/05/2014 regarding 956 polluting industries discharging effluents into the river Ganga and its tributaries. The Tribunal has directed that an Officer of the CPCB accompanied by an Officer of the UP Pollution Control Board and one Officer from the National Ganga Basin Authority shall examine all these 956 Noticees and submit a report to the Tribunal on the next date of hearing.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of M/s Maruti Mills Pvt. Ltd. Vs Balotra Water Pollution Control Board Ors. dated 07/03/2014 regarding pollution caused by textile industries in Balotra, Rajasthan’s Barmer district. This matter has been received upon transfer from the High Court of Judicature for Rajasthan at Jodhpur.

Original Source: http://www.greentribunal.gov.in/orderinpdf/30-2014(THC)(OA)_7Mar2014.pdf

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of Vijay Kumar Vs. State of Punjab & Ors. dated 04/03/2014 regarding industries discharging directly or by use of borewells effluents into the underground water, District Kapurthala, Punjab and causing water pollution. The Tribunal noted that after the unit of the Project Proponent (Respondent No 5) was declared as green category, ten years of time was granted to shift which has not been done. Inasmuch as on the face of the record it is clear that in view of the fact that the respondent no.

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) Wednesday directed the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) and Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Baord to inspect M/s Simbhaoli Sugars Ltd. & Distellery and the Goplaljee Dairy on whether they were discharging effluents into the Ganga river. Read text of this NGT order in the matter of Krishan Kant Singh & Anr. Vs. National Ganga River Basin Authority & Ors. dated 12/02/2014.

Statement of the Minister of Environment and Forests in response to Lok Sabha Starred Question No. 261 for 10 February 2014, asked by Shri Ranjan Prasad Yadav & Shri Nishikant Dubey regarding cleaning of rivers.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of A.T. Yuvaraj Erode District Vs Rani Chemicals Kalingarayanpalayam and Others regarding pollution caused by industries involved in the manufacturing of bleaching liquid which has been a
cause for rampant air and water pollution in and around the village of Attayampalayam, district Erode dated 04/09/2013.

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.

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