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Pictorial View of Ravi River Pollution Annexure-I Unhygienic conditions of effluent drains in study area Solid waste dumps in Ravi River during low flow i .
Pictorial View of Ravi River Pollution Annexure-I A view Ravi River during low flow season Highlighted pollution issues during dry seasons in study area ii .
Pictorial View of Ravi River Pollution Annexure-I Very low discharge in Ravi River Ravi River presenting a picture of wastewater drain during low flow iii .
Pictorial View of Ravi River Pollution Annexure-I Unhygienic boating activities in Ravi River Unhygienic use of Ravi River water for animals and bating purposes iv .
Pictorial View of Ravi River Pollution Annexure-I Highly concentrated untreated effluents are flowing in Ravi River during dry season Oil and grease contents into Ravi River v .
Pictorial View of Ravi River Pollution Annexure-I Unhygienic recreational activities in Ravi River Illegal solid waste dumping into Ravi River vi .
Pictorial View of Ravi River Pollution Annexure-I Concentrated untreated effluent to the Ravi River Large amount of untreated effluent mixing into Ravi River through drain vii .
Pictorial View of Ravi River Pollution Annexure-I Unhygienic use of Ravi River for animal feeding Storm water and wastewater mixing in Ravi River viii .
Pictorial View of Ravi River Pollution Annexure-I Illegal untreated effluent disposal to the Ravi River Untreated industrial effluent through Deg Nullah ix .
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