Member of Parliament, Diya Kumari, met the Union Minister of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Shri Prakash Javadekar to discuss getting early approval from the National Wildlife Board for the stalled work due to the Forest Department of National Highway 458 and NH 8 Gomti-Beawar four-lane. She said that this work should mandatorily be made a priority for the people of this region.
Discussion on the demands of the marble businessmen
Discussing in detail about the various demands and problems of marble businessmen, the MP said that it is becoming increasingly difficult to do marble business. She presented a number of demands with a document and sought solutions for the same. These demands were environmental clearance for secondary mineral marble in Category B-2 and issuance of Category B-2 mining leases by the District Environment Impact Assessment Authority, among others.
The condition of tigers in Rajasthan’s sanctuaries is pathetic
MP Diya Kumari said that the negligence of investigation and the investigation officers for the untimely deaths of tigers in Rajasthan’s sanctuaries is deeply disappointing on which action is necessary.
Relief should be given in eco-sensitive zone
The MP also spoke of a quick solution to the demands of hoteliers in demarcating the eco-sensitive zone of Kumbhalgarh Forest Sanctuary, saying that giving relief will not adversely affect the wildlife.
Demand to start FM radio station in Rajsamand
In view of the historical, religious and geographical location of Rajsamand, the MP also asked the Information Broadcasting Minister, Prakash Javadekar to start FM Radio station.
After detailed talks, Union Minister Javadekar assured the MP that all the demands would be resolved on priority.