Non-veg lovers will fall for fish. Andhra fish soup feels different. There are many health benefits associated with fish. But it is these types of fish that are ringing health alarm bells now. Fishponds are farmed using poultry waste. Illegal fish traders raided by the state government and local self-government bodies are still trading. In Devarapally Mandal of V.Madugula Constituency of Anakapally District, they cultivate these fishes with the aim of high profit risking the lives of the people. The CPM leaders are angry with Venkannan that the local bodies are treating it like water even though the farmers are raising fish by putting chicken waste in the local pond. CPM District Secretary D Venkanna said that in Devarapally constituency of Anakapally district, rules are being flouted and fish ponds are being dug in places where two crops are cultivated. Although it is known that fish ponds should not be dug in areas where food crops are grown, ponds are being installed. But the authorities don’t care. The farmers complain that there is no pond between the farms, but Nath does not respond. He said that the authorities who are supposed to control the illegal ponds are usually silent.
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About a thousand acres of land has been excavated for fish ponds in Devarapally mandal. The fishpond owners are harvesting money from the farmers by leasing out the farmlands in the two cropping areas using the water from the Raiwada Reservoir. Illegal trade is taking place in M. Alamanda, Kothapenta Tharva, Chenulapalam, Pedandipally, Kaligotla, Boila Kintada Marepalli, Devarapally and other areas in Devarapally mandal.
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Chicken and beef were brought and boiled, ground and ground and put in the pond as food for the fish. He said the people of nearby areas are strongly opposed to fish ponds because of the stench from the rotting meat used as food for fish growth.
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Farmers have raised their concerns several times in the past to take action against the owners who use waste material for fish that is harmful to humans and the environment, but to no avail. The Wampus leaders have demanded action against owners of illegal fishing nets, criminal cases against those who beg for their lives, and closure of unlicensed nets.
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