Water of River Ganga Becomes fit for Drinking in These Cities

Team Grasshopper 13-04-2020 05:57 PM News

A few days back the news flashed that the water of Yamuna River has reached a remarkable level of purity in Delhi, as all the industrial activities have been put on hold during the lockdown. And now joining the list is River Ganga, showing off its sparkling clear water.

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