Stop Kaiga Nuclear Plant Extension. Save us from Cancer.

Stop Kaiga Nuclear Plant Extension. Save us from Cancer.

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tejaswini bhat started this petition to Government and

UttaraKannada, at the feet of western ghats and Arabian sea was not far from the heaven on earth before Kaiga came into picture. Living beings(people, pets, animals, plants, fish..) were in the best of health.

Now the whole ecosystem in the district has become a prey to the big dreams of the Nuclear Power Corp. of India.

Even a newborn calf gets the tumour for no fault of its. Known cancer cases have increased tremendously and most of the cases do not get counted as many people in remote places never go to hospitals and prefer ayurvedic medicines.

Yet again, the ambitious NPCIL plans to add 5th and 6th units of Kaiga and an one-sided report(Mecan report) has been prepared to supports its intentions. 

If the government/officials do not believe this, please appoint a neutral third party to do a comprehensive study of the whole region (not just the cases reported in government hospitals) and prepare a right report.

Also, One mishap/accident at the plant and the whole region will be destroyed.  Why should we use this horror-bound technology to generate electricity when the whole world is moving towards solar and other eco-friendly methods.

Developed nations are shutting down the nuclear power plants (read this -  http://www.beyondnuclear.org/reactors-are-closing/ ). Why is India going backwards and using this terrifying technology and destroying its own people?

We urge to drop the plan of Kaiga extension and not only that covert the Kaiga plant to Solar or any other eco friendly technology.

 Please support us to save the eco system in UttaraKannada ( extended to Goa and Maharashtra too) - not only the people, but also the pets, ecosystem in the forests and in the river/sea.

 

 

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