To make the Ganges river dirty, it can now be a cause of trouble for you. While taking action against those who are filthy in the Ganges, they can be sentenced to 7 years in jail and a fine of 100 crores can also be imposed.The central government had formed a panel to clean up the river Ganga. This panel has drafted the National River Ganga (Rejuvenation, Safety and Management) Bill, 2017. According to this, apart from muding the Ganges, the blocking of river stream without permission, mining of river banks and construction of docks (jetty) is also included.According to the proposal, those who violate the rules have a provision of up to 7 years of punishment and fine of up to Rs 100 crore. If this proposal passes and takes the form of law then the problems Increases For those who Affected The Ganges.Under the leadership of Retired Justice Giridhar Malviya, this committee has also suggested that a one kilometer radius of its Chief Assistant Rivers related to Ganga be declared a ‘Water Conservation Zone’. However, the committee has also suggested that it should be prepared by scientific research within six months after the implementation of this zone bill.it is mentionable here that the Uttarakhand High Court has given Ganges The Status of living person. On the other hand, Union Minister Uma Bharti promised to clean Ganga till 2018.
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