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The Ramnadi at Baner

Ramnadi is river in Pune District and a tributary of Mula. It originates in the Sahyadries near Kathpewadi north-west of Pune city. The river flows through the Pashan, Baner and Aundh areas of Pune city. It is defined as a brook by the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC). Some local people say that the basin of Ramnadi was shrieked[clarification needed] in Pashan and Baner areas during illegal constructions. However, these constructions are yet to be removed. Many rallies have been held to save the river. However, it has been turned into a sewage canal due to over dumping of garbage. Hence PMC has undertaken a project to beautify this river.

The Pashan Lake also lies on this river.


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