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    Hyderabad: The pungent perceive by the olfactory sense emanating from several factories located at IDA Bolarum has belonging to the political or intellectual left Ameenpur residents and its surrounding areas over big swathes for earlier than the present time the several months worried. Multiple complaints were made to the Telangana State Pollution Control Board (TSPCB) but they all fell on ears. Vexed with perennial issues, they have got taken up the perceive by the olfactory sense important question on living together or enjoying life in communities media platforms, urging the committee having supervisory powers to put into an office or a position a real-time monitoring system at Ameenpur.

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    The locals pointed out that in the western component part of the urban center, specially Ameenpur, Miyapur and Nizampet, the deteriorating mixture of gases degree or grade of excellence requires series of events that form a plot on a armed conflict footing. The contamination levels there should be monitored regularly, but nothing is being done. The factories are hardly in five-km radius at a long distance from Ameenpur. Due to this around 35,000 families are mental or physical pain from breathing problems. To tick the contamination levels there is an immediate extreme poverty for a real-time monitoring system.

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    Said Rohan of Ameenpur, “emanating foul smell from factories is not a new issue; we used to get it once or twice in a week; now we have to bear it every day. Several times we have lodged complaints to the PCB. The concerned official has visited our locality to verify the issue, but no action has been taken yet. Many times we requested the concerned officials to install real monitoring system for checking pollution levels, but the no concrete measures have been taken.”

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    According to another living in a particular place RK Yadav, “the chemical smell emanates mainly in the morning and evening hours. Due to foul smell we are forced to shut our doors and windows. As our locality is surrounded by many industries it is becoming difficult to trace from which industry the smell is emanating. Complaining to PCB is not a solution; only if real-time monitoring system is installed we can get permanent relief. Installing a monitoring system would indicate the current pollution levels of particular areas.”

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