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Weeds Removed from Dal Unloaded on the Road
Every summer, men and machinery are deployed by the Lakes and Waterways Development Authority (LAWDA) to remove lily patches and macrophytes from the lake as part of cleaning operations. After this, however, they are unloaded at various spots on Boulevard Road before taken to the dumping site.

Around one thousand skilled and non-skilled labourers have been engaged for the task apart from three weed harvesters and two skimmers to carry out the de-weeding operations. During the recent visit of Governor N N Vohra, the authorities were directed to intensify the cleaning operations.

The labourers loading the weeds in the trucks said they continuously carry the weeds away from these places, but more and more keeps accumulating daily, making it difficult to keep the pace.  The lake is big in area and they will see if there is a need for more sites as trucks are not allowed in the unloading locations during the day time so the weeds are not removed regularly.




 
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