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Ash slurry from the Belvadah Ash pond, disposed of by NTPC Shaktinagar and Vidhyachal Thermal Power Plants, overflows into Rihand Dam. Even the committee constituted to look into the NGT case, chaired by AB Akolkar, Member Secretary of the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), shared its concern over the contamination of the Rihand river - the main water source of the area. Ash pipes of several thermal power plants have leaks, which also adds to the contamination of fields and ground water.
LEFT: VISHAL, 8 YEARS FLUORIDE PATIENT, BICCHI, GARIYA                      
RIGHT: ASH PIPE LEAK

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Ruhani Kaur
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Ash slurry from the Belvadah Ash pond, disposed of by NTPC Shaktinagar and Vidhyachal Thermal Power Plants, overflows into Rihand Dam. Even the committee constituted to look into the NGT case, chaired by AB Akolkar, Member Secretary of the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), shared its concern over the contamination of the Rihand river - the main water source of the area. Ash pipes of several thermal power plants have leaks, which also adds to the contamination of fields and ground water.<br />
LEFT: VISHAL, 8 YEARS FLUORIDE PATIENT, BICCHI, GARIYA                       <br />
RIGHT: ASH PIPE LEAK