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PM Narendra Modi urges citizens to preserve the planet’s rich biodiversity on World Environment Day 2020

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday urged citizens to ensure that the planet becomes a better place for future generationsand take a pledge to preserve our planet’s rich biodiversity, On World Environment Day.

The Prime Minister Modi Tweeted “On #WorldEnvironmentDay, we reiterate our pledge to preserve our planet’s rich biodiversity. Let us collectively do whatever possible to ensure the flora and fauna with which we share the Earth thrives. May we leave an even better planet for the coming generations?”

World Environment Day referred by Prime Minister Modi, and he also shared a clip from his last ‘Mann Ki Baat’ programme where he mentioned about conservation of rainwater and protecting the rich diversity of nature.

“On June 5, the entire world will celebrate ‘World Environment Day’. The theme for this year’s ‘World Environment Day’ is bio-diversity. This theme is especially pertinent in the current circumstances. During lockdown in the last few weeks the pace of life may have slowed down a bit but it has also given us an opportunity to introspect upon the rich diversity of nature or biodiversity around us,” the Prime Minister had said.

Whereas on the other hand congress party also said “This #WorldEnvironmentDay we renew our pledge to protect and preserve the life-giving nature around us and vow to fight against the devastating steps that may lead to its destruction.”

Taking on twitter many other politicians and leaders came forward urging citizens to preserve nature on this World Environmental Day.

– Davinder Panesar, NMTV News

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