New Initiative Taken To Keep Ganga Clean


Barrackpore: On the occasion of World Fisheries Day, a special workshop was organized by the Barrackpur Fisheries Research Center in North 24 Parganas with fishermen from different districts of the state. The program was completed at Barrackpur Fisheries Research Center.

On this day, on behalf of the Fisheries Research Center, 15,0000 fish seedlings were left in the Ganges to prevent the pollution of the Ganges. Among the fish seedlings, 70 percent of Ruhi fish seedlings, 20 percent katla fish seedlings and 10 percent of mrigal were left in the Ganges. Fisheries researchers said that if the number of aquatic animals or fish in the Ganges increases, the Ganges pollution will reduce significantly.

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This year, 12 lakh fishes have been into the Ganges In the whole country . Dr BK Das, Principal of Barrackpur Fisheries Research Center, said, “World Fish Day is celebrated across the world on this day. The Barrackpur Fisheries Research Center has observed this day in a different way.

While on the other hand special workshops have been organized with fishermen of different districts of the state. Workshop on how to increase the productivity of fish has been discussed.