Rabindra Sarobar police and the Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority have also confirmed the distribution of food. They also said that it's a philanthropist who distributes food to the poor.,european-volleyball-tv
"Scores of vagrants gather near the lake's entrance and at the parking lot opposite CRC in the afternoon before the vans arrive to distribute food. When they leave after the meals, the place is littered with plates. Both distributions of food and disposal of the plates should be regulated to prevent dirtying the area, said CRC secretary Chandan Roychowdhury.,handball-wurf-tricks
volleyball-net-ground,Daily, we neglect the fact of keeping our environment clean. To maintain cleanliness, we must adopt some methods. SM Ghosh, the anti-pollution activist, has called for the use of saal plates and managing the disposal to prevent litter. "Rabindra Sarobar is an eco-sensitive zone. The use of expanded polystyrene, a petroleum-based non-biodegradable material, should be banned. Yet, thousands of used plates made of this toxic substance are getting piled up near the lake," he fumed.atp-miami-open
bet9ja-victor-prediction,CM Mamata Banerjee also known as Lake Mamata for her crusade to protect the lake, has asked police for assistance in the matter. The police and the lake's custodian, KMDA, are to act immediately against the littering.
She also added, "We are not against feeding the poor. But that cannot happen at the expense of vitiating the atmosphere around the lake. I am sure philanthropy can be carried out in a systematic manner without adversely affecting the environment." ,busket-ball