Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Vikas Pandey Vs State of Uttar Pradesh dated 09/04/2021. Grievance in the application was against illegal mining on Yamuna river in Fatehpur District, Uttar Pradesh.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Sushil Raghav Vs Union of India & Others dated 19/03/2021. The application sought directions to take remedial action to prevent untreated sewage/effluent being discharged in the storm water drains in Karkarmodel, situated in Municipal Corporation Ward No. 43. at Sahibabad in Ghaziabad.

Order of the Allahabad High Court in the matter of Public Interest Litigation (PIL) No. 4003 of 2006 on Ganga pollution.

An affidavit filed by the District Magistrate, Prayagraj stated that as per current status report, all STPs are functional and all parameters are within range.

The affidavit filed by the Uttar Pradesh Control Board stated that the water of river Ganga was not fit for drinking purpose but fit for bathing purpose. A test analysis report of January 27, 2021 regarding the quality of water was also annexed with the affidavit.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Manoj Mishra Vs Union of India & Others dated 27/01/2021.

The issue under consideration was reviewing the status of compliance of directions of the Supreme Court and the National Green Tribunal (NGT) for rejuvenation of river Yamuna.

Affidavit of compliance on behalf of the Government of NCT of Delhi in response to the National Green Tribunal dated July 7, 2020. The matter related to control of pollution and rejuvenation of river Yamuna in Delhi.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Delhi Jal Board Vs The State of Haryana & Others dated 13/01/2021.

The present petition related to increased ammonia levels in Yamuna due to discharge of pollutants and on a larger level to river pollution in India. The SC observed that either the sewage is not treated through a sewage treatment plant before being discharged or the treatment plants are not functional or incpacitated.

Fifth report of the Yamuna Monitoring Committee for the rejuvenation of the river Yamuna and abatement of pollution in Original Application No. 6/2012 in the matter of Manoj Mishra Vs Union of India & Others.

Report of the Oversight Committee in compliance of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) order June 17, 2020 passed in Original Application 475/2019 (Ajay Pandey & Others Vs Union of India & Others).

Submission on behalf of the DPCC with respect to the letter of Monitoring Committee of August 24, 2020. The Monitoring Committee for the river Yamuuna had raised issues on the pooling of resources and use of funds in particular the EC and Consent funds, so that it could be used in the utilization of action plans for abatement of pollution in river Yamuna. DPCC stated that EC received was Rs. 52 crores, out of which Rs. 12. 4 crores have already been spent and Rs. 39.6 crores was the balance available.

Response to report by Akash Vashistha to report dated August 25, 2020 submitted by the District Magistrate, Mathura. The matter related to construction of a metalled road taking place in the river bed of Yamuna in Vrindavan along with other permanent illegal constructions. The road was used to facilitate illegal reclamation of floodplains. The construction of this road was leading to dumping of malba and debris on the ghats (Cheer Ghat, Govind Ghat and Bhramar Ghat). This had caused irreparable damage to the Ghats and obstructing the natural flow of the river.

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