Staff Correspondent

BIDAR: The ongoing road-widening works here and the increase in the number of vehicles have contributed to pollution in Bidar.

The Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) is keen to monitor pollution levels but does not have the facilities. Speaking to The Hindu here , a senior official said that for the officials of KSPCB to regularly monitor pollution levels in Bidar, a station has to be set up in Bidar with adequate staff.

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