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GHMC neglects River Musi


GHMC neglects River Musi

While the GHMC has been spending crores of rupees for the beautification of city for global biodiversity conference, the historic River Musi remained neglected. The GHMC has not removed garbage from the river at City College side


2012-09-18






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Syed Ishaq says...
Why does the AP Govt and GHMC ignore this area, that needs to be taken care off as 1st priority. I am sure, if the AP Govt. takes immediate action on this issue, it will easily win the Elections for next 10 or 20 years. That beautification will act as a worthy and big milestone. Lets hope if they put their attention to this area.


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