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The Mandakini river originating from the Tapobal of Chitrakoot Sati Anasuya is dying today. As soon as summer comes, the Mandakini river starts drying up at the lower level, social workers and politicians and administration make many claims in summer. Seeing the water rising in it as soon as it rains, everyone forgets everything. 70% of the population of Chitrakoot district drinks water from the Mandakini river. The death of the Mandakini river in front of the hill at the lower site deepens the drinking water crisis in dozens of gram panchayats there. There is still time, if the importance of rivers and their importance is not understood, then the day is not far when dry people will die in agony in the heat of the sun and pure drinking water will not be available to quench their thirst.
Mandakini became dirty due to pollution
The hallmark of the increasing pollution in the rivers is being seen in the water supply. The water is becoming so dirty that the departments concerned have to use a lot of chemicals to clean it. Who is to blame, river or human? Today the situation is such that the government and administration are losing sweat in providing clean drinking water. The zenith of the life line Mandakini has been made so muddy that after a lot of effort, the water becomes capable of being taken down lightly. On the other hand, efforts are on to revive the river, but when and how the pollution will be curbed, it still remains a question.
Mandakini river dying near Panauti village
Kunwar Ashish Singh Raghuvanshi told that the Mandakini river has dried up near Panauti, there is a problem of drinking water crisis in the village panchayats. With regard to the problem of drying, Abhimanyu Singh should get the gates of Bandhuin Dam opened in collaboration with the district administration. On the other hand, Ashish Singh Raghuvanshi has started the foot journey of the Mandakini river from the point of confluence to the point of origin. In the padyatra, Ashish Singh Raghuvanshi is being welcomed in the village.