The one showing the black coal dust spiraling away from the conveyor belt has drawn a few comments after 2,800 viewed it on social media.
An official of the Mormugao municipal council said that the civic body had adopted a resolution against coal pollution.
India meteorological department (IMD), Panaji , had issued an alert to the fishermen about strong wind conditions last week.
"The dust can be seen on the furniture and also in the food," said Agnelo Rodrigues , a resident of Khariavaddo.
"Due to strong winds, the locals have to bear with the coal dust in their houses as well as their body," he said.Citizens in other parts of the town are also irked by the aggravation of pollution due to windy conditions.
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