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7 NE CMs likely to attend Himalayan Conclave today

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DEHRADUN, July 27 - Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, the Chief Ministers of nine�Himalayan States, including seven from the North Eastern region, and a host of other dignitaries like NITI Aayog vice chairman Rajeev Kumar are likely to attend a one-day Himalayan conclave to be held in Mussoorie tomorrow.�

The conclave will pass a Mussoorie resolution and deliberate on issues like the conservation of Himalayan ecology, biodiversity and cultural heritage.�

The deliberations will focus on sustainable development of the Himalayan States, rivers, glaciers and water resources located in the region, disaster management, ecosystem services, tourism and wellness potential and special incentives to the Himalayan States.�

Most of the rivers in the country originate from the Himalayas. So the Himalayan States�have to play the most significant role in Prime Minister Narendra Modi�s water conservation initiative. The conclave will deliberate on how the 11 Himalayan States can make their contribution to the Centre�s water conservation campaign.�

Apart from Sitharaman, Chief Ministers Trivendra Singh Rawat (Uttarakhand), Pema Khandu (Arunachal Pradesh), N Biren Singh (Manipur), Conrad Kongkal Sangma (Meghalaya),�Zoramthanga (Mizoram),�Neiphiu Rio (Nagaland),�Prem Singh Tamang (Sikkim) and Biplab Kumar Deb (Tripura) are likely to attend the conclave, according to an official release.�

Others to attend the event include KK Sharma, the adviser to the Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, Additional Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister PK Mishra, and Parameshwaran Iyer, Secretary, Water and Sanitation. � PTI

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7 NE CMs likely to attend Himalayan Conclave today

DEHRADUN, July 27 - Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, the Chief Ministers of nine�Himalayan States, including seven from the North Eastern region, and a host of other dignitaries like NITI Aayog vice chairman Rajeev Kumar are likely to attend a one-day Himalayan conclave to be held in Mussoorie tomorrow.�

The conclave will pass a Mussoorie resolution and deliberate on issues like the conservation of Himalayan ecology, biodiversity and cultural heritage.�

The deliberations will focus on sustainable development of the Himalayan States, rivers, glaciers and water resources located in the region, disaster management, ecosystem services, tourism and wellness potential and special incentives to the Himalayan States.�

Most of the rivers in the country originate from the Himalayas. So the Himalayan States�have to play the most significant role in Prime Minister Narendra Modi�s water conservation initiative. The conclave will deliberate on how the 11 Himalayan States can make their contribution to the Centre�s water conservation campaign.�

Apart from Sitharaman, Chief Ministers Trivendra Singh Rawat (Uttarakhand), Pema Khandu (Arunachal Pradesh), N Biren Singh (Manipur), Conrad Kongkal Sangma (Meghalaya),�Zoramthanga (Mizoram),�Neiphiu Rio (Nagaland),�Prem Singh Tamang (Sikkim) and Biplab Kumar Deb (Tripura) are likely to attend the conclave, according to an official release.�

Others to attend the event include KK Sharma, the adviser to the Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, Additional Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister PK Mishra, and Parameshwaran Iyer, Secretary, Water and Sanitation. � PTI

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