Simply put: Aims and hurdles of cleaning the Ganga
It isn’t walking on water, but still a very difficult job — one that India has been trying unsuccessfully to accomplish for the last three decades. AMITABH SINHA lists the steps the government has planned to make India’s holiest river pollution-free
Much of the effort to clean the Ganga over the last 30 years has been centred around creating sewage treatment capacities in major urban centres along the river. Besides the fact that a lot of this capacity has remained underutilised or non-functional, the discharge of urban sewage is only one of several interventions required to rid the holy river of pollution.
Source: The Indian Express