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Cyclone Tauktae Fills Mumbai Beach With Lots Of Trash, Twitter Says It’s Return Gift From Nature

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The coastal areas of India faced the wrath of the cyclone Tauktae recently and not only there was destruction of property but few lives were also lost. What has made it more difficult for people and the governments is that the country is already facing the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic which has affected all and sundry in an adverse manner.

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The states which were affected the most were Maharashtra, Gujarat, Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. The Indian Meteorological Department had issue warnings to the people living in the affected areas and asked them not to go out of their houses while in more affected areas, evacuation was carried out by the governments and the concerned departments.

These natural calamities may turn our lives upside down for some time but they also signal us that we should stop abusing the nature in the name of development otherwise the consequences may be more disastrous than they are now. Many people use the seas as dumping ground and because of such people, the water pollution has reached a level which is alarming. With the cyclone Tauktae, the nature has tried to make us understand once again that we should not go against nature otherwise it will teach us lesson in its own style.

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The huge waves left behind a big amount of trash on the shores of Mumbai such as Marine Drive, Gateway of India, etc. and this is the same trash which was dumped by the humans in the sea and nature just returned it to the humans. It is being said that 4 trucks of BMC (Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation) got completely filled with the garbage when they cleaned the shores.

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Twitterati also reacted on this matter and while some called it return gift, several others said that if we don’t stop making mistakes, the future generations will curse us.

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There is no doubt that dumping garbage in sea is a crime against nature and humanity and such activities should be stopped at once.

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