PM Modi on Tripura’s Bio-Village, in ‘Mann Ki Baat’

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his monthly radio broadcast Mann Ki Baat on Sunday said that sensitivity towards the environment is inherent in Indian society. Our responsibility towards eco-friendly lifestyle and nature conservation is essential.

In the 94th episode of Mann Ki Baat, the Prime Minister said, sensitivity towards the environment is inherent in every particle of our society and we can feel it all around us. There is no dearth of people in the country who spend their whole life in it. Protection of environment. The Prime Minister mentioned the Bio Village of Tripura which lays emphasis on how to reduce the damage caused by natural calamities and improve the quality of life of the people through various measures.

He said, you must have heard about Bio-Village, but some villages in Tripura have reached the level of Bio-Village 2. There is full focus on solar energy, biogas, bee keeping and biofertilizers. Overall, Bio-Village 2 is going to give a lot of strength to the campaign against climate change. He said that people are seeing more awareness about eco-friendly living and eco-friendly products than ever before.