Thousands of dead fish found in the tank of a famous temple in Madurai


MADURAI: Thousands of dead fish were found in the tank of a well known sanctuary in Tamil Nadu's Madurai on Sunday. The fish were found at the Sri Subramaniya Swamy sanctuary's tank, a noteworthy wellsprings of ground water in the zone. 

Tests of the water have been sent for testing and the fish have been expelled. The area organization has likewise requested an examination. Neighborhood individuals suspect the tank may have been harmed over a business competition over angling rights. 

Gatherer K Veera Raghava Rao told Media: "We will make strict move once the reports come." 

The dead fish began surfacing on Saturday evening and by Sunday morning, numerous fish had passed on and a solid stench had begun originating from the tank, one of five at the sanctuary. 

Neighborhood occupants have contradicted the sanctuary's turn to hand over angling rights through a closeout a year ago, apparently at Rs. 47,000 a year. 

Accepted by enthusiasts to be one of six homes of Lord Muruga, the tank is spread over a range of around 15 sections of land and is utilized by lovers for a custom shower before the sanctuary visit.