India hosts the most polluted city in the world New Delhi. Few days after the end of the cop26 summit at Glasgow Scotland. India has begun a series of restoring the degraded environment. Began in Kasmir, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the cleaning and beautification of the big River Devika.
Devika rejuvenation and beautification is expected to not only help in restoring the destroyed river but also to bring tourists adding to the revenue. The project will cost approximately Rs 190 crore.
Pleased with the progress, locals said the project when complete will bring about job opportunities for their unemployed children. The footfall in Udhampur along the river is expected to be among the best site for tourists.
Bathing areas along the river banks will be developed and encroachers removed. To avoid pollution three sewerage plants and two cremations will be constructed. Landscaping and fencing are among some of the major redo the river will achieve.
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