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Appeal for pollution-free Diwali

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MORIGAON, Oct 28 - To celebrate Diwali without air/water pollution, the Public Health Engineering Department in Morigaon district launched an awareness programme among the students in Kopili and Bhurbandha development blocks.

The Department organised two awareness meetings at Mikirbheta High School and Charaibahi HS School and apprised the people about the pollution arising from crackers. Addressing the meeting, Chiranjib Saikia, Executive Engineer, PHE, Morigaon Division said that chemicals used in crackers pollute the air and water, so the students must create awareness among the people.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr Arunima Devi, Associate Professor, Chemistry, Morigaon College dwelt at length on the serious pollution created by the Diwali crackers and appealed to the student community to create a pollution-free environment.

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Appeal for pollution-free Diwali

MORIGAON, Oct 28 - To celebrate Diwali without air/water pollution, the Public Health Engineering Department in Morigaon district launched an awareness programme among the students in Kopili and Bhurbandha development blocks.

The Department organised two awareness meetings at Mikirbheta High School and Charaibahi HS School and apprised the people about the pollution arising from crackers. Addressing the meeting, Chiranjib Saikia, Executive Engineer, PHE, Morigaon Division said that chemicals used in crackers pollute the air and water, so the students must create awareness among the people.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr Arunima Devi, Associate Professor, Chemistry, Morigaon College dwelt at length on the serious pollution created by the Diwali crackers and appealed to the student community to create a pollution-free environment.

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