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October , 2017
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After Durga Puja immersion in Delhi, this is what Yamuna looks like

Source: Source: Hindustan Times, New Delhi, Date: October , 2017

Source: Hindustan Times, New Delhi, Oct 2, 2017:-The Yamuna choked on debris and waste materials on Sunday, a day after idols from nearly 200 Durga Pujas pandals in Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Ghaziabad, Faridabad and surrounding areas made way to the designated ghats for immersions. According to a revenue department official, though the government had helped identify seven designated ghats for immersions, it was the duty of the flood and irrigation department and the municipal corporations to help clean the river. Raveendra Kumar, executive engineer at the department of irrigation and flood control, said that they had built enclosures on the banks of the river for the devotees to drop their insoluble wastes, and the waters had enclosures too, to avoid the flow of debris into the river. 

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