An enquiry must be made about Dead Fish matter in the Beas River: Sant Seechewal
The chief-minister and Punjab Pollution control Board needed to intervene in the matter.
Sant Seechewal the environment lover, while asking for an enquiry in the matter of Dead fish in the Beas River appealed the chief-minister Capt. Amrinder Singh and Punjab Pollution control Board to intervene personally in the matter.
Sant Seechewal in his press release said that due to poisonous waters of factories being put in the Beas River, the fish are dying in large scale. He intimated the chairman and other members of Punjab pollution control board over the telephone about this critical situation and asked for a legal action against the factory or mill whose poisonous waters fell in the Beas River. This is a clear cut case of disobeyance of water act 1974. Sant Seechewal who is also a member of Punjab pollution control Board said the river Sutlej is already running with poisonous water and now Beas River is being made target, Malwa area has already become a cancer belt. The water flowing much poisonous and that is to openly philander with the human lives. He said that in Punjab the congress government has now completed one year one year so the promises they made in the election manifesto about environment must be materialized without any further delay.