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Governor warns hoteliers, houseboats to install STPs else their licences will be cancelled 

Srinagar July 19: Governor Satya Pal Malik Friday asked hoteliers and houseboat owners to install Sewerage Treatment Plants (STPs) otherwise their licences would be cancelled.

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Malik said that untreated sewage coming from hotels and houseboats was directly flowing into Dal Lake.

“See the condition of Dal Lake. We are going to cancel licences of those who fail to install STPs. We will restore its lost glory within 18 months,” the Governor said.

Malik was addressing people at the launch of electric buses and releasing of coffee table book on livestock breeding policy, at SKICC.

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