The Union Environment, Forest and Climate Change Minister Prakash Javadekar, while expressing his commitment to ensure environmental protection along with development works, said that the Ministry will get the original motive for protecting Panchtatva.
Javadekar, taking charge of the Ministry of Environment on Saturday, said that the Modi government also proved this belief in the last tenure that the work of development and environment protection can not be simultaneously.
He said that pursuing the standards of the Paris accord on the initiative of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to achieve the coordination in the pace of environmental protection and development at the global level, the Ministry will achieve the goal of regulating the balance between development and environment.
Babul Supriyo, who was made Minister of State in the Ministry of Environment along with him also took charge. Javadekar said that the fundamental task of the ministry is to protect the earth, air, water, land and sky.
He said, “The idea of Prime Minister Modi who underlined the importance of Panchatattya in Indian lifestyle was included in the introduction of the Paris Agreement. Therefore, it is our job to protect Panchtattva, but some people think that it can not be done together and environmental protection is wrong. “Javdekar said that the last five years proved the wrong way to the assumption And it will be kept smooth even further.
It is notable that Javadekar was also an environmental minister from the previous government in May 2014 to July 2016.