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Hope for wetland, paddy field conservation

Source: Imphal Free Press

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IMPHAL | June 20
Chief minister N. Biren Singh has vowed to protect agricultural land and wetland in order to ensure sustainable development for the people and also to maintain ecological balance.
He was speaking at the one-day interaction programme of local and district level monitoring committees constituted under the Manipur State Conservation of Paddy Land and Wetland Act, 2014. It was organised by department of revenue at Manipur State Film Development Society (MSFDS) auditorium, Palace Compound today.
Expressing serious concern over shrinking of paddy land and wetland at an alarming rate, the chief minister directed the officials concerned to review the performance of local, district and state level committees, constituted under the Act and induct competent officials and social-minded locals into the committees.
He said that the new government would do whatever possible to effectively implement the Act.
Observing that Manipur being a land-locked state, it is necessary to make Manipur, a self-reliant state in food grain production, the chief minister opined that it can’t be achieved without protecting agricultural land and more>>