Nature Tidings

PM Modi Can Approve The Namami Gange Project From Gangotri to Ganga Sagar

Modi in Kanpur
Spread the love

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, starting from the election campaign to his big mission from Uttar Pradesh. Narendra Modi can talk about Ganga to Gangasagar on the fifth meeting of the state of the “National Ganga Council” in Kanpur.

In fact, the Prime Minister’s visit seems to be associated with cultural concerns somewhere along with the government’s functioning. Prime Minister Modi will preside over the first meeting of the National Ganga Council in Kanpur and will give instructions to fulfill the resolution of “Nirmal Ganga – Aviral Ganga” under the “Namami Gange” campaign.

Narendra Modi will also express his commitment to cultural concerns in one way or the other.

The center of Hindu faith Ganga starting from Uttarakhand, passes through Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, and joins the sea at Gangasagar in West Bengal. The Chief Ministers of West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, and Uttar Pradesh are members of the National Ganga Council, besides the Union Ministers, Finance, Urban Development, Energy Science and Technology, Rural Development, Drinking Water and Sanitation, Transport and Tourism.


Modi will discuss Aviral Nirmal Ganga today

The first meeting of the National Ganga Council will be held on the campus of Kanpur’s Chandra Shekhar Azad Agricultural University on Saturday from 11:00 am. The meeting will discuss the cleanliness and uninterrupted of the Ganga.

The meeting will be attended by the Chief Ministers of two states Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, and Union Water Power Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat and several ministers from all five states along the Ganga. Modi will review the Aryas that has happened so far to make the Ganges pure and uninterrupted in these states.


Rawat Statement On Ganga Pollution

Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat said, “The industrial units here are the cause of pollution in the Ganga. If the waste generated from these factories is managed properly, then the Ganga situation will be better like Uttarakhand. Uttarakhand has a small population and there are no industrial factories on the banks of the Ganga.”


National Council constituted for protection of Ganga

The central government has constituted the National Ganga Council for the safety, management of the Ganga river, a total of 18 people, including the chairman, have been kept in the council.

This council includes the base five states along the Ganga. Apart from all these states, those states have also been given a place in it where the rivers meet in some form or the other way in the Ganga.


The Ganges will be clean from tributaries

In the first meeting of the National Ganga Council to be held in Kanpur on December 14, a plan will be made to make Ganga continuous and clean, to prevent the river from going dirty.

A new guideline may be issued to further increase the hardening of industries. A power presentation prepared by the officials of the National Mission For Clean Ganga ( NMCG ) will be placed in front of Narendra Modi.

The presentation will show the position of the most polluting drains of Ganga in Sisamau and Haridwar. Details of the action plan will be kept from 2020 to 2035. On Friday, The officers of ( NMCG ) talk on this agenda of meeting for hours in Landmark.


However, there are still many questions about the safety and development of the Ganges. Narendra Modi wants to give the message that the delay may have happened but cleaning the Ganga is not only his commitment but also his priority.

Click to rate this post!
[Total: 0 Average: 0]

Leave a Reply

Notify of