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Arunachal CM Applauds Indian Army’s River Conservation Initiative

Pema Khandu

Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu has lauded the Indian Army for its innovative initiative aimed at conserving rivers in the region. The initiative involves the deployment of floating barriers strategically placed along riverbanks to capture solid waste and prevent further contamination of the water bodies.

Expressing his appreciation, Chief Minister Pema Khandu emphasized the importance of such proactive measures in safeguarding the natural resources of Arunachal Pradesh. He hailed the Indian Army’s commitment to environmental conservation and its dedication to ensuring the well-being of the state’s rivers, which are lifelines for many communities.

The unique approach adopted by the Indian Army involves the installation of specially designed floating barriers equipped with nets and other mechanisms to trap solid waste such as plastics, debris, and other pollutants. These barriers act as a physical barrier, intercepting waste before it can enter and pollute the rivers further downstream.

By implementing this initiative, the Indian Army aims to not only clean up the rivers but also raise awareness about the importance of responsible waste disposal practices among local communities. The initiative underscores the military’s commitment to environmental stewardship and its role as a responsible corporate citizen in the region.

Chief Minister Pema Khandu highlighted the need for collaborative efforts between government agencies, local communities, and the armed forces to address environmental challenges effectively. He encouraged other organizations and stakeholders to emulate the Indian Army’s example and contribute to the conservation and preservation of Arunachal Pradesh’s natural resources.

The initiative to save rivers aligns with the broader goal of sustainable development and environmental protection in Arunachal Pradesh. It reflects the state government’s commitment to promoting eco-friendly practices and preserving the rich biodiversity of the region for future generations.

As Arunachal Pradesh continues to grapple with environmental issues such as pollution and habitat degradation, initiatives like the one undertaken by the Indian Army serve as a beacon of hope for a cleaner and greener future. With concerted efforts and collective action, the state can overcome environmental challenges and ensure the well-being of its natural ecosystems.

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