Meanwhile, the State government officials held a meeting with the TSPCB officials and requested them not to stop production at RFCL.
Though RFCL has not stopped production, sources said that urea and ammonia production has been reduced by 50 per cent.
“The Board is of the firm opinion that the industry is not complying with the consent conditions and Board directions, and also has not provided STP for residential colony of the industry.
State government has failed to allocate money to TSPCB in its current budget to curb increasing pollution levels.
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