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No Swach Bharat in Badiadka

Badiadka: PM Narendra Modi’s swach Bharat concept was effectively implemented by many states. In Kerala the impact was not so high. One of the examples for this is available in Badiakda. In Badiadka people still throwing garbage near roads and open areas.

Places like Beejantadka, Poyyekanda, Ukkinadka, Pallatadka and many areas garbage is seen everywhere near the road. The chicken wastes from chicken farms and marriage halls are dumped all along the roads in gunny bags. These wastages are thrown during night. They are brought in vans and autos and dumped I open areas.

Epidemic disease: The decayed chicken and other meat wastes thrown in open areas emanate foul smell. This has forced people to close their nose while walking on the road. The flies, insects have multiplied their numbers as they get exuberant food. As a result fear of spreading of epidemic diseases has increased.  The stray dogs, crows spread these decayed flesh in the surroundings. As the crows sit on the pond walls sometimes these flesh fall into the well contaminating the drinking water.

The locals have urged the authority to take proper action against the people who dump wastage near roads and open areas.


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