Meeting of all India’s water ministers: “Ways to harness water resources for sustainable development” was the topic of Prime Minister Narendra Modi speech on Thursday. At an all-India meeting of water ministers with the theme “Water Vision@2047.”
Moreover, “The subject of water is under the control of the states in our constitutional system. At the All India Annual State Ministers’ Conference on Water, PM Modi stated that “states’ efforts for water conservation. It will go a long way in achieving the collective goals of the country.”
“In terms of water safety, India has made significant progress. Amrit Kaal will greatly benefit from our water vision for 2047. Moreover, In order to construct 75 Amrit Sarovars in each district, the nation is working together. 25,000 Amrit Sarovars have already been built,” he continued.
From January 5 to 6, the Union Jal Shakti Ministry will hold a national conference on water. With the title “Water Vision@2047” in Bhopal.
Moreover, PM Modi previously stated that he would present his thoughts at the conference on Thursday.
“I will deliver my remarks on the theme “Water Vision@2047″ at the all-Indian water ministers’ meeting tomorrow. January 5, at approximately 9:45 a.m. In a tweet, he stated, ” although. This forum brings together key policymakers to discuss methods of utilizing water resources for sustainable development and human progress.”
What is the motive of All India Annual State Ministers Conference on Water:
According to a statement from the ministry, the primary objective of the two-day “All India Annual State Ministers Conference on Water”. It is to gather inputs from various state stakeholders for the “5P” vision and India@2047. As well as to improve engagement and partnership with the states. They will share the government’s initiatives and plans.
Moreover, It stated that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had previously proclaimed the “5P” mantra for sustainability. That too, while addressing the difficulties associated with water security as part of the India@2047 plan.
Political will, public funding, partnerships, public participation, and persuasion are the “5Ps.” Moreover, one plenary session will establish the conference’s agenda with a focus on Water Vision@2047 in order to enhance the conference’s insights.
Although, One Plenary Session will be held to set the conference’s agenda with a focus on Water Vision@2047. That too, in order to enhance the conference’s insights.
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There will be five thematic sessions at the Conference:
- Water Security in Water Deficit
- Water Surplus and Hilly Regions
- Water Use Efficiency including Reuse of Waste Water/ Grey Water
- Water Governance; Climate Change Resilient Water Infrastructure
- Water Quality.
Although, The theme of the first thematic session is “Water Security in Water Deficit, Water Surplus, and Hilly Regions.”
Moreover, The theme of the second thematic session is “Water Use Efficiency including the Reuse of Waste Water/Grey Water,” with the goal of making the goal of community participation successful at the grassroots level.
Through the facilitation of the Center, the aim of the Third Thematic Session on “Water Governance” is to break down the silos in the water sector by bringing together various states.
The nation’s current climate change situation and the actions required to mitigate its effects are the subject of the fourth Thematic Session. The issues associated with the quality of groundwater, surface water, and drinking water are the focus of the fifth session on water quality.
Although, The purpose of the Thematic Sessions is to enable us to collaborate on the larger goal of making India a developed nation by 2047.
Moreover, The conference will be attended by Union Minister of Jal Shakti Gajendra Singh Shekhawat and Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan of Madhya Pradesh. According to the statement, Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis will preside over one of the important thematic sessions on water governance at the conference.
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