East Champaran, 08 July (Hindustan Times).Due to the polluted Nepali rivers coming out of Nepal and entering the East Champaran district, the ground water is continuously getting polluted here. Also, the arable land is also getting badly affected by the polluted water of these rivers.

The biggest thing is that many rivers including Budhi Gandak, Gandak, Bagmati and Lalbakeya are also getting polluted from the confluence of these Nepali rivers coming out from the dense Nepalese settlements and industrial factories and polluting the Ganges as well. Recently, a study has revealed that in most of the rivers coming out of Nepal, the chemical components of industrial factories and the waste and sewer water of the settlements situated on this side are being flowed directly into these rivers.

It is notable that in the entire border area of ‚Äč‚ÄčNorth Bihar including Champaran, there is a network of such small Nepali rivers, in which some rivers have dried up over time, while some have become just a means of dumping garbage. According to the information received from the study The rapid industrialization in Nepal after the 90s has posed a threat to the existence of these Nepali rivers, where the pollution level has reached its peak due to the flow of dangerous chemicals without treatment. The effect of which is in many districts of North Bihar including Champaran. It is becoming clear.

Kumar Akhil, who is studying Nepali rivers, says that this situation has increased rapidly in the last two and a half decades, because during this period in Nepal, famous for natural beauty, urb.zation has also increased rapidly along with industrialization, as a result: Tilawe, Bangri , Dudhora, Balganga, Masan Tiyar and many other small rivers including Sariswa have increased the flow of sewage and sewer. People did rapid development without sewer and waste management, but no one paid attention to its ill effects, as a result Water pollution is continuously increasing on a qualitative level.

According to the study, there is no collective concern on these tributaries of Ganga, due to which the amount of arsenic in the ground water of Bihar is increasing. Along with the Nepali rivers, rapid population growth in Bihar, encroachment of lakes and ponds and mismanagement of wastes have further accelerated the pace of this water pollution. The garbage thrown everywhere, flowing into the fields and rivers at the time of flood, is affecting both land and water. In such a situation, it is necessary to think about this serious issue of concern.

Rahul Dev

Cricket Jounralist at Newsdesk

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