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Environment degradation has started taking its natural revenge now







  • Unseasonal rains havoc in India this year
  • Monsoon is also changing its way of coming
  • Similar impact on metropolis and rural areas
  • Increased danger due to reduced underground water
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New Delhi: Environment degradation has perhaps crossed its tolerance limit. For this reason, nature is also changing its attitude.

This year havoc has been seen in many places in India. Still a dozen people die and heavy destruction in Kerala and Tamil Nadu due to unseasonal rains.

Scientists believe that this is actually the beginning of the changing of the weather cycle. In the coming days, we may have to suffer more of this, ie the whole of India.

Scientists have come to the conclusion based on the modalities of this year’s rainfall that especially the arrival of monsoon and the natural laws of rain are now changing.

For this reason, this time there has been an outbreak of excessive rainfall in many places across the country.

Apart from the devastation of floods in desert areas like Rajasthan, the devastation in Kerala last year is a vivid example of this.

Scientists monitoring these environment developments are also believe that this change of weather will have an impact on Indian agriculture as well.

This is a more dangerous situation because India’s economy is predominantly agrarian.

In some areas, even after the increase in agricultural production more than this rainfall, insects are now attacking on the crop.

After harvesting the paddy crop on some sixty thousand hectares,

including some areas of North West Bengal, the insects have wasted

these agricultural products.

Environment degradation in cities and villages




The effect of this change in weather is affecting rural and urban areas alike. In metros like Mumbai and Chennai, life is being stalled due to water logging for many days.

Still schools and colleges have to be closed due to heavy rains in many areas of Tamil Nadu. On the other hand, more or less rain in rural areas is affecting agriculture.

There are also some areas with less rainfall where the village wells have dried up due to no rain.

Apparently, this change is affecting millions of families. In this sequence, the scientists have also highlighted the ill effects after the end of the rains, considering the changes as serious signs.

This time, several hundred hectares of land in Malda (West Bengal) area suddenly submerged from its core and gradually got inside the Ganges, fifteen days after the flooding.

Due to its slow process, people got a chance to escape from there.

Generally, such landslides occurred during floods. It was seen for the first time that the sudden erosion occurred from inside after the flood waters receded and the ground dried up completely.

The level of ground water in the country is also decreasing




Scientists associated with this research believe that due to the lack of quick action to improve the groundwater reserves in India, the balance of nature is deteriorating rapidly.

On the other hand, the environment has already deteriorated due to the cutting of trees.

For this reason, the cycle of weather is also changing. The figures for this time of the whole country show that during this monsoon, the average rainfall in the entire country was highest in the month of September.

On the other hand, during the harvesting season in October, many areas remained vulnerable to rain.

Scientists who keep the discovery of this scientific research data, also blame the greed of the people of the country for this.

With the power of money, in an attempt to increase their status by

defying all the laws of nature, people have distorted this balance so

much that now nature is equally taking revenge.

Scientists believe that even this change of weather will not save people money.

If this havoc of nature becomes more fierce, then everyone will come in its grip in an equal way. No one will be able to escape its havoc.



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