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DM held District Ganga Committee meeting in Kannauj
While presiding over the meeting of District Ganga Committee in Kannauj, DM Rakesh Kumar Mishra directed the officers present to prepare a blueprint of new projects on the lines of Arth Ganga and make them available in two days. Initiated organic farming in a large area on the banks of the Ganges. Fruit-bearing and shade trees should be planted on the banks of the Ganges, which can walk when the jondi is shallow.
New employment opportunities will be generated
District Magistrate Rakesh Kumar Mishra has prepared a detailed report, calculating the possibilities for making the Ganga Ghats on new lines and making the Ganga river a pure attraction and religious center, creating new employment opportunities on 20 ghats on the banks of the Ganges located in the district. To be sent this week. He instructed all the Block Development Officers to organize Ganga Aarti regularly on every first and third Monday of Maha by equipping them to use the Ganga platforms built on the banks of the Ganges in the district during the Ganga Yatra. given to the village heads through the medium.
Bio waste should not be left in the open
He said that Ganga is the center of faith, which is our fundamental duty to keep it clean. In this regard, he has done waste management, campaigns and actions taken for waste plastic, construction and demolition waste management, biomedical waste management, e-waste management etc. Actions were discussed and all the executive officers and District Panchayat Raj Officers were instructed to take action to stop the use of single plastic in urban and rural areas respectively in the form of a campaign. He gave instructions regarding the management of bio-medical waste that it should be ensured that under no circumstances the bio-waste is left in the open and regular lifting should be ensured.
All these people were present
DM Rakesh Kumar Mishra said that the lack of regular oxygen in the Ganges water is a serious problem, as shown in the earlier survey, to avoid excess amount of nitrogen in the Ganges river and use of fertilizers and pesticides on the banks of the Ganges. But instructed to promote organic farming and use of organic fertilizers. Taking stock of the actual situation from the experts present in the meeting, he directed to make an early inquiry and provide clear information regarding the actions to be taken for its rescue. He directed to construct ponds in villages and installation of rain water harvesting system under Catch the Rain program. Additional District Magistrate Gajendra Kumar, Chief Development Officer RN Singh, District Panchayat Raj Officer, Deputy Director Agriculture, all executive officers and other concerned officers and employees were present in the meeting.