The Heritage Ranchi Lake in trouble waters

Ranchi, Jharkhand | Nirmala Ekka

Ranchi Lake (Bada Talab) is a man-made lake dug by the British in the heart of the city in 1842. The Ranchi Lake used to offer a beautiful and unique experience to the visitors. Located far away from the hustle and bustle of city life, this lake was a big tourist attraction.

The waste of two major markets and other garbage disposal is polluting the water. This is because there is no proper drainage system in surrounding areas.

Call to Action : Please call Manoj Kumar who is the CEO of the Ranchi Municipal Corporation and ask him to get the garbage disposal fixed in the city.

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