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Namami Gange: PM to take selfie at Sheeshmau Nala in Kanpur on December 14

By Indian Mandarins- 13 Dec 2019
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The 120-year-old Sheeshmau Nala in Kanpur is infamous for discharging around 140 million liters of sewage water and industrial effluents daily in the Ganga River. But thanks to the Namami Gange programme, the water in the area has become clean and the spot has become a selfie point. Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit to the city on December 14 is also likely to take a selfie on the spot.

The Ganga River was maximum polluted in Kanpur all across its path with toxic waste of tanneries falling in the river but after a long and sustainable efforts, Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath announced that Ganga water is now fit for gulping down.

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