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20,000 Pounds of Weeds Removed From Bellandur Lake
After 20,000 tonnes of weed removed, the southern side of Bellandur Lake, once again resembles a water body.

But the waters soon disappear into a thick cover of grass. About 120-150 acres of the 910-acre lake is still covered by 25,000 tonnes of grass.

Executives of Harvins Constructions Private Limited, the company tasked with de-weeding Bellandur Lake, have put the quantity of grass remaining in the water body at 25,000 tonnes and say there is always a possibility of the grass drying up and catching fire.

The company has already removed 20,000 tonnes of weed from the lake.


 
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