Ban Fails To Prevent Illegal Sand Mining, Kerala State, India

Ban Fails To Prevent Illegal Sand Mining, Kerala State, India

Alappuzha
Sand mining, Alappuzha, Kerala State, India. Photo source: ©© Christopher Macsurak

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Despite the police ban on the sand mining at Andhakaranazhi beach, local people are still illegally collecting sand from the beach, which is a famed tourist destination of Alappuzha.

Large quantities of sand are being transported from the beach during early hours and late night…

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