Master Stroke: Environmentalist GD Agarwal, who was on fast-unto-death to save Ganga, dies at 87

11 Oct 2018 10:03 PM

Master Stroke: Environmentalist GD Agarwal, who was on fast-unto-death to save Ganga, dies at 87

Updated 11 Oct 2018 10:03 PM

Noted environmentalist GD Agarwal, who was on 'fast-unto-death' since June 22 over Ganga cleaning, died on Thursday. The 87-year old IIT professor-turned-saint had been on a fast against the authorities in Haridwar's Kankhal area. Agarwal, who was taking only water mixed with honey for the last 110 days, had shunned intake of his only diet on Wednesday.

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