Radioactive water from Japan’s Fukushima is in the discussion again. After the release of this water in the sea in the third phase, there is a strong debate among the netizens. Some are criticizing the government. He says that the authorities could have taken alternative measures. Some are not worried at all. On the other hand, the authorities say that the water is being treated and thrown into the sea. There is no health risk. AP news.
On Thursday (November 2), Japan released radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean for the third time.
The social media are busy arguing various arguments for and against. The Japanese government and the Tokyo Electric Power Company have come under criticism.
However, there are not a few people who are not at all worried about Fukushima’s water being dumped into the ocean. They are eating sea fish without any hesitation despite China and Japan banning sea fish. Fishermen were also worried. However, they say that they have not suffered any damage due to the release of radioactive water into the sea.
The Japanese government also says that the treated water will not pose any health risks. The International Atomic Energy Agency also approved Japan’s plan.
After the 2011 earthquake and tsunami that destroyed the Fukushima plant, Japan stored 1.34 million tons of radioactive water. The country has started throwing this water into the sea. Will continue for the next 30 years.