New Delhi: The reality of the ‘poisonous river’ that has become the center of attention in India has come to the fore.
According to a report by a foreign news agency, the substance floating on the river called Yamuna in the Indian city of Delhi is actually a high phosphate camel that has entered the river from a factory or company.
The report said the chemical was floating on the river with other hazardous substances in the form of waste. This is often the case with companies releasing unnecessary components.
The video of the Yamuna River has gone viral on social media, with users debating the situation, with many citizens calling the situation “environmental and anti-human”.
Keep in mind that the chemical substance found in the river has taken the form of jhak. Even before this, a situation was seen in the same river which was also well discussed by the world media.
#WATCH | Delhi: A thick layer of toxic foam floats on the surface of river Yamuna.
Visuals from Kalindi Kunj area this morning. pic.twitter.com/pPb91BgTjO
– ANI ()ANI) July 16, 2021