National Pollution Control Day observed

National Pollution Control Day observed
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The gap between man and nature is increasing day by day due to which, the people are witnessing many natural calamities. It is everyone’s responsibility to protect the environment without causing pollution, he said.

Karimnagar: The students of Arora Degree College, Karimnagar, held a rally on the occasion of National Pollution Control Day here on Friday.Inaugurating the rally, environmentalist Thota Lakshman Rao said the sustenance of human being became difficult in this world due to enormous pollution of all the natural resources.

The gap between man and nature is increasing day by day due to which, the people are witnessing many natural calamities. It is everyone’s responsibility to protect the environment without causing pollution, he said.

Due to global warming, many species have become extinct and some more about to become extinct, which would create several problems to the existing living beings in near future, he added.

Using cycles, Compact Fluorescent Light bulbs and organic manure in the fields and biological controlling methods for preventing insects and pests, banning usage of plastic bags, usage of pesticides and insecticides and chemical fertilisers will protect the environment from being polluted, he advised.

The College Correspondent M V Shekar, Principal A Damodar, Manair Paryavarana Samiti president M Sudhakar Reddy, Sadana Junior College the Correspondent A Malla Reddy and National Youth Programme Coordinator Yadav Raj were present along with students of the college.

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