All water sources in my village have dried up thanks to mining

Janardan Mahto from Ketulia village in Dhanbad district of Jharkhand says thanks to a coal mine in his village all the drinking water sources in the village have dried up. People need to walk 2/3 kms to fetch drinking water. River Damodam flows next to the village but access to the river has been closed by the mining company. He says the village council has not raised the issue but he hopes friends will put pressure on govt to help the suffering villagers. For more Mahto ji can be reached at 08051036582

Posted on: Jun 15, 2012. Tags: JANARDAN MAHTO MINING WATER

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