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Thane Municipal Corporation has formed a cell to investigate and take corrective action against those who are destroying the environment | Mumbai news

Thane Municipal Corporation has formed a cell to investigate and take corrective action against those who are destroying the environment | Mumbai news

Thane Municipal Corporation forms cell to investigate, take action against those destroying environment | Mumbai news

Thane Municipal Corporation has established a cell to investigate complaints about mangrove destruction caused by encroachments.

After receiving complaints from environmentalists about mangrove destruction caused by encroachments on their property, the Thane Municipal Corporation has established a cell to investigate the matter and take immediate action against those who are causing harm to the environment.

Sandeep Malvi is the additional commissioner. On Friday, a meeting was held in this cell at the insistence Rajesh Narvekar, the district collector, to speed up all complaints related to mangroves.

It is our responsibility protect the mangroves and wetlands in the city. It is forbidden to build in the vicinity of these spaces. Based on the information received, we will take strict action to ensure mangroves are well protected and preserved within the city, said Malvi.


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