Punjab CM underestimating water pollution

Punjab Chief Minister Maan openly drinks a glass of polluted water from a ‘holy river’ to prove that water is clean. Now admitted to hospital.

So don’t underestimate pollution and coliform in India’s rivers and dont drink the water like Punjab CM more  

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First of all cancel licenses of producing units and need of public awareness programs. Distribution of small carry bags to public during awareness program through corporate houses or Government sectors operating in that area. Government should make rules to deal with small shopkeepers and road side vendors by imposing penalties if they keep such items with them. Encourage them to use cloth/jute bags more  
Entire AAP party leaders will be more successful in setting a drama on politics. Someone should file PIL in supreme court on these freebies offered by parties and misusing the tax payers money as well as it is a indirect bribe for getting elected. Earlier congress started loan waiver and made PSU banks sick and now AAP party will take India on Srilanka way...Let's see the financial health of Punjab. Kejriwal did not have courage to ask or beg before PM for money hence asked Mann to demand money for free power, free cash to adult women etc... more  
Thank the Lord that I do not drink water from anywhere. Have my own water from home, boiled and filtered! more  
Really very sad to view it. What is the IQ level of a person who is a CM. more  
Newly married guy performing a stunt to appease his wifo more  
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