What you give is what you get back ! As much as 12 tonnes of garbage was washed back on marine drive recently after the intense high-tide in Mumbai. High time we stop polluting our water bodies. It’s time we change pic.twitter.com/EA5v16lS7T— yuvraj singh (@YUVSTRONG12) July 16, 2018
'No, thanks,' said the sea and spits 2,15,000 kg of trash back at Mumbai. The trash which people put into it.— Parveen Kaswan, IFS (@ParveenKaswan) July 19, 2018
Sea - 1, Mumbai - 0. pic.twitter.com/pOycuC3Gxr
Mumbai beach turns garbage dump after Arabian Sea vomits trash: Horrifying photos— Rajanish Kumar (@RajanishIITian) July 14, 2018
In this govt isn't responsible, we're responsible for this, everytime we blame on govt that he has done this, that bla-bla, have we ever seen inside ourselves that what we are doing, pic.twitter.com/O7BZIv4Haa
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