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Saturday, June 25, 2011

"SAVE GANGA": Uma Bharti meets Sonia on Ganga river issue!

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Posted on Jun 25, 2011 at 05:38pm IST / http://ibnlive.in.com.

Uma Bharti meets Sonia on Ganga river issue
New Delhi: Senior BJP leader Uma Bharti on Saturday met Congress President Sonia Gandhi and demanded that quick and effective action be taken to save river Ganga and prevent parties from playing politics over the issue.
Bharti, who recently rejoined the BJP, was all praise for Gandhi, saying if the government makes any contribution to save Ganga, the credit for it would go to the UPA chairperson.
"Four months ago, I was disturbed to see the state of Ganga river. I had then written a letter to the Prime Minister and Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh. My demand is that Ganga should be declared a national river," Bharti told 
reporters after her meeting with Gandhi.




No need of any special declaration on Ganga as a National River; its enough respect it or even better respect our own health and that of future generations!

Contaminating Ganga has been the shameless & irresponsible practice of Municipalities, Panchayats, Industries, Humans and all, all along the Ganga, without care or concern that the contaminated waters enter into our body systems - as plain drinking water as well as through food - both as farm products and animal products!

I am sure Rivers do not have any political affiliations but the political parties do politicise River-Issues, often than with serious intention of cleansing them and keeping them that way!

And finally, if BJP is sincere about a Clean Ganga, they wouldn't have allowed Swami Nigamanand at Haridwar who was on 'fast-unto-death' to 'Save Ganga' from the hands of the unscrupulous mining mafia, actively supported by the ruling BJP government, there!

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