Wednesday, May 22, 2024
    HomeTelanganaSkin diseases spread as a result of contaminated water from dump yard...

    Skin diseases spread as a result of contaminated water from dump yard power unit in Hyderabad

    Related stories

    Chief Minister of Telangana visits Tirumala

    Telangana Chief Minister A. Revanth Reddy visited Tirumala with...

    Release of Telangana State Anthem “Telangana Geetham” Imminent

    The government has finished working on the Telangana State...

    Five arrested in Bangalore rave party bust, including Hyderabad businessman

    Police seized 17 grams of MDMA, cocaine, and 15 high-end cars from the party attended by over 100 people, including 25 women.

    Residents of Jawaharnagar have been protesting to draw attention to the issue of leachate water coming from the power plant at the dump yard. This contaminated water is causing an increase in skin diseases among children who have to walk through it to get to school. Around 1,000-1,500 school-going children in the area are facing serious health problems because of this polluted water. Last year, the government promised that no polluted water would come out of the plant, but the reality is that it is still happening and flowing into the colonies. This is a major concern for the well-being and future of the children.

    Also read:  Khammam: BJP MP candidate declares victory this time

    The situation is getting worse every day. The smell is unbearable and dirty water is stagnating in the lanes. The residents are facing difficulties in commuting and have to close their doors and windows. The government’s negligence is causing suffering for the residents. Despite previous assurances, there has been no relief for those living near the dump yard. Even the children are suffering, especially those in slums.

    - Advertisement -

    Social activist Sandeep Raj is calling for a thorough investigation by the Jawaharnagar municipality to determine the source and extent of water contamination near the dump yard. Immediate steps should be taken to prevent contamination and secure the area. Medical camps should also be arranged to assess and treat the affected children’s ailments.

    Also read:  Farmers in Wanaparthy prepare to surround government offices in protest

    The residents are tired of complaining to officials for a permanent solution. Although an official visited the area to verify the issue, no action has been taken. The polluted water has caused skin allergies for a seven-year-old girl and other children in the locality.

    - Advertisement -
    Rajesh M
    Rajesh M
    Latest News from Hyderabad, Telangana, India & World!

    Follow us


    Contribute News

    You can contribute an article to Telangana Tribune by dropping a mail at

    Latest stories


    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here