India’s commitment to wildlife conservation is stronger than ever PM Modi-ANI
New Delhi [India], Oct 6 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Tuesday that the celebration of Wildlife Week is a “perfect occasion to reaffirm” the commitment to wildlife conservation and that India’s commitment for the protection of wildlife is “stronger than ever”.
âWildlife conservation is rooted in our philosophy and has always been an integral part of our tradition and culture. Our holy Constitution also enshrines this philosophy by including the conservation of forests and wildlife as one of the fundamental duties of every Indian, âPrime Minister Modi said. in his message on occasion.
“Coinciding with the anniversary of the birth of Mahatma Gandhi, the apostle of peace and non-violence, the celebration of Wildlife Week is an ideal opportunity to reaffirm our commitment to wildlife conservation and the harmonious coexistence of all living beings, âadded the Prime Minister.
Prime Minister Modi further described the network of protected areas as robust, adding that environmentally sensitive areas provide peripheral support and act as a buffer around national parks and sanctuaries.
âWith a strong and broad network of protected areas, our commitment to protecting wildlife is stronger than ever. Environmentally sensitive areas provide peripheral support and act as a buffer around national parks and sanctuaries. Making great strides in this direction, several of these areas have been notified to improve the availability of space for thriving wildlife, âthe Prime Minister wrote.
The Prime Minister further pointed out that India is home to 17 percent of the world’s population on an area of ââ2.4 percent of the world. The country’s development needs are “paramount”; however, âwe believe that the conservation of wildlife and biodiversity is also imperativeâ.
“India pays special attention to plastic waste management. We are resolute in our efforts to reduce pollution from single-use plastic and micro-plastic for sustainable development and prosperity of biodiversity,” a- he added.
Prime Minister Modi said efforts were being made to conserve other endangered species through Project Lion and Project Dolphin after the success of Project Tiger and Project Elephant.
âEncouraged by the successes of Project Tiger and Project Elephant, we are now making efforts to conserve other endangered species through Project Lion and Project Dolphin. The contribution of people from all walks of life would help achieve the desired objectives of these projects, âthe Prime Minister wrote further. (ANI)
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