The NGT (National Green Tribunal) has imposed a high quality of Rs 306 crore on 13 landowners and three gram panchayats in reference to dumping of chromium in Khanchandrapur of Kanpur countryside. The NGT has additionally held them chargeable for inflicting air pollution by not opposing the dumping of chromium of factories on their land.
Earlier, the NGT had imposed a high quality of Rs 280 crore on six factories. However, restoration from these factories has not been completed but. Due to chromium dump in Khanchandpur, the bottom water of Rania and close by villages has been polluted. Yellow water is popping out of hand pumps and tubewells. People are getting sick because of its use and crops are being wasted. <! –
In this concern that has been occurring for a lot of many years, the NGT had ready a undertaking of Rs 586 crore to take away polluted waste and deal with floor water. To recuperate this quantity, a high quality of Rs 280 crore was imposed on six chromium dumping models. The motion of its restoration lies with the district administration.
The remaining value of the undertaking is Rs 306 crore and preparations are to be collected. Kishrawal, Umran, Famouspur Bhant Gram Panchayats have been given a discover of penalty of Rs 113 crore. 93 crore will likely be recovered from the 13 land homeowners of Umran village. Chromium was dumped on their land.
Recovery from these folks
Recovery from Prabhat Poddar, Rakesh Poddar, Ravi Poddar, Girish Chandra, Manjulata, Rajshree, Sarla, Dinesh Chandra, Rajendra Kumar, Rakesh Kumar, Ramswaroop, Arvind Kumar, Shubham of Umran village. However, the Pollution Control Board has not clarified the quantity of the high quality. Most of those landowners are those that purchased land in Umran Gram Sabha to arrange the manufacturing facility. Instead of organising the manufacturing facility, he used to dump rubbish on the bottom.