Puber Column, Webdesk: High levels of uranium found in Bihar’s groundwater. Concerned Bihar Govt. At the same time water samples were collected at Lucknow laboratory no. High levels of uranium administration in the state’s night district. These districts are Nalanda, Nawada, Katihar, Madhepura, Vaishali, Supal, Aurangabad, Gaya, Kanthan, Jehanabad.
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CGWB (Middle Eastern Suburbs) Regional Thakur Brahmanand Singh Community, Use of Uranium at High Levels in Drinking Water Harmful to Human Health. At the same time collecting water samples, Urania joined me to measure the ratio. There, the amount of uranium present in the drinking water will be tested using the Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS) method. Then the next step needs to be taken. Drinking water samples were collected from Nalanda, Nawada, Katihar, Madhepura, Vaishali, Supal, Aurangabad, Gaya, Varnan, Jehanabad. Brahmanding Shanti, Bihar Bihar CGDB and Geolblues Survey of Police are working on politics.
A current inspection will be carried out with country date entry. An initiative has been taken to deal with the situation. It may be noted that 14377 drinking water samples were collected from CGWB whole country shallow wells in 2019-20 to measure the presence of high levels of Urania Marie in drinking water. Out of 634 samples from Bihar, 11 heavy metals were found in Muslim. Drinking water samples were collected from Bihar Saran, Bhabua, Khagaria, Madherpura, Nawada, Sheikhpura, Purna, Kisha Ganj and Begusarai. A matter of concern. Because it is dangerous for health.
Such water loss can lead to loss of renal function and cancer. Ashok Kumar Ghosh also said, studies show that uranium is a chemo-toxic and nephrotoxic heavy metal. This chemotoxicity affects the kidneys and bones in particular. According to the study, Urania mari Shakti in drinking water is found in large north-west-south east and Gandak Nalaganga south towards Gandak Golgand, especially in Gopalganj Siwan, Saran, Patna, Nalanda and Nawada districts. This research paper was presented at the International Journal of Environment Richard and Health in Manchester (UK) in April 2020 by David Paulia, Laura A. Rich, Ashok Kumar Ghoshak and Arun Kumar of the Mahavir Cancer Society.