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‘Kamang River’ turned black: Dead floating fish! What is the reason?

By Team YourCoimbatore on 2nd November 2021
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The color of the river ‘Kamang’ in Arunachal Pradesh has suddenly changed to black. The color of the river ‘Kamang’ in Arunachal Pradesh suddenly turned black. In addition, thousands of fish that lived in the river died. The Kamang River flows through the eastern part of Arunachal Pradesh in the district of Kamang.

The color of the river suddenly turned black yesterday morning and the people of the area were shocked to see the dead fish floating in the river. Following the information, the water quality of the river was checked by the water department officials. Tests have shown that the water is polluted due to the high number of waste products and the fish are dead.

For example, 1 liter of water contains 300-1,200mg of waste products. However, District Fisheries Development Officer (DFDO) Haley Tajo said that there are 6,800 mg of waste in 1 liter of water when calculating the water of the ‘Kamang’ river.
Authorities told people not to eat fish from the Kamang River. However, locals are adamant that China is to blame for the river’s pollution. According to the people of Seba village, China, which is carrying out construction work near the area where they live, is dumping most of the waste into the Kamang River, which is why the water in the Kamang River is polluted.

Logeshwaran J

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