Pharma pollution turns hazardous for Yadadri
The Times of India Hyderabad|January 07, 2022
Farmers File Complaint With NHRC
U.Sudhakarreddy

Hyderabad: Farmers of Yadadri Bhuvanagiri filed complaints with the ministry of forest environment and National Human Rights Commission against few pharma and chemical companies polluting the agricultural fields in Anthemmagudem of Pochampalli. Telangana state pollution control board inspected these areas after the ministry of environment forwarded the complaint filed by advocate Sravan Kumar. These villages supply vegetables to Hyderabad.

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