Rampal Coal-based Power Plant: The destruction of the South western Part of Bangladesh

Published on:06-11- 2013
Rampal Coal-Based plant, which is too set to produce 1,320 megawatt of electricity, is set to force the government of Bangladesh to acquire 1,834 acres of land, significantly consisting of farming lands, fisheries and habitations of the population of dependent on the mentioned. Over 95 per cent of the allocated land is capable of being harvested thrice a year that every year produced 1,285 tonnes of rice and 561.41 metric tonnes of fish. Over 8,000 families are permanent residents of the allocated land and among them 7,500 families live on the mentioned farming and fisheries. The Rampal plant is going to force these families off their homes and incomes. Its create force migrant people of the world. And its direct impacts on Sundarban and the Fisheries. Rampal Coal-based Power Plant: The destruction of the South western Part of Bangladesh

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