Re: Tipai Mukh Dam is a Monster to Many Indian Indigenous and Bangladeshi Population
Tipai Mukh Dam is a Monster to Many Indian Indigenous and Bangladeshi Population
Further to A small step to save nature and the environment from Australia A small step to save nature and the environment from Australia and Do You Think the Pakistani Nuclear Bomb Is Maintaining Peace and Stability in the Region? are generating a few discussions.
Resource hungry Indian entrepreneurs would do anything for the mighty dollar. The compliant politicians would do the same. Then what will be the future of nature, the environment, indigenous population, and the indigenous flora and fauna? Because these groups can't afford lobby groups and are lacking in having a fat cheque book therefore, they are severally marginalised!
This dangerous project, if allowed to go ahead will have a severe impact on nature, the environment, the indigenous population, indigenous flora and fauna, including the people of the region and beyond. The adverse impact on fish stocks, food production, water ways transportation, the clogging the arteries, the rise of arsenic levels, and the many basic things of life that we take for granted.
The Farakkah Dem, India and the Farakka Dam, REPORT ON THE IMPACT OF FARAKKA BARRAGE ON THE HUMAN FABRIC, Farakka Dam Action Committee - International Farakka Committee and The impact of Farakka Barrage on Bangladesh's Agriculture The impact of Farakka Barrage on Bangladesh's Agriculture (a very poor example and the only one on Face book) are examples of the monster Farakkah Dam and it's impact on nature, environment and on mankind.
Source: Tipai Mukh Dam Discussion Group