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Meghalaya to Work on Measures to Overcome Climate Changes

  by NEWSNER , 2021-02-12 11:03:34

Meghalaya to Work on Measures to Overcome Climate Changes

Meghalaya CM Conrad K Sangma on Thursday said that the government has found a way to handle environmental change in the State. 


Usage of Resources:


Sangma, who approached Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi on Thursday, said that the tasks incorporate – development of a progression of falling little multipurpose repositories that will empower the appropriating of the 3,700 mm of yearly precipitation that the State gets. He further added that The saved water will be used for some, works including drinking, water system, fisheries and the travel industry improvement. A remotely supported task of 100 million USD has been proposed to the Department of Economic Affairs to finance this goal-oriented venture." 


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In Talks with PM:


He likewise educated the Prime Minister that unit of common asset the executive's volunteers is being brought up in every one of the 6500 towns of the State, which is important for the Meghalaya State Water Mission. The CM said, "This framework will be prepared and enabled so they can coordinate customary information and present-day innovation towards tackling the difficulties of environmental change." 


During his meeting, CM likewise offered his thanks to the Center and Prime Minister for giving a measure of Rs. 5,105 cr from the portion of central duties and Rs. 1,279 cr as Revenue Gap Grant for the following monetary year.


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