Read the response of Centre for Science & Environment (CSE) to pesticide industry advertisement published in the guise of public interest appeal in a major national daily. CSE claims that Centre for Environment & Agrochemicals has made several scurrilous and baseless statements against it.

The pesticide manufacturing industry and its front organizations are back at their old game – of trying to smother anyone who would have the temerity to say anything against pesticides. In an advertisement published today in a leading national daily, the Mumbai-based Centre for Environment and Agrochemicals has made several scurrilous and baseless insinuations and statements against Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) and its director general Sunita Narain.

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