Minister Parimal Suklabaidya inaugurates 17th Sahitya Manishi Upaban at Baghmara

Minister Parimal Suklabaidya inaugurates 17th Sahitya Manishi Upaban at Baghmara

On Saturday, the 17th ‘Sahitya Manishi Upaban’ of Assam was inaugurated by Parimal Suklabaidya, Assam Minister for Environment and Forest, at Baitamari, Baghmara.

At the event, Parimal Suklabaidya said: “Assam’s biodiversity is witnessing the greatest revival of all times under the Chief Minister Sarbananada Sonowal led government.”

On the Twitter account, the minister shared pictures of the inauguration and Stated that under the government of Chief Minister Sarbananada Sonowal the state’s biodiversity is experiencing a massive improvement.

Suklabaidya posted on Twitter, “Delighted to have inaugurated the 17th ‘Sahitya Manishi Upaban’ of Assam today at Baitamari, Baghmara. Assam’s biodiversity is witnessing the greatest revival of all times under the present regime of HCM Shri @sarbanandsonwal led government.”

Sharing his thoughts on biodiversity revival, Suklabaidya said that they have started the process for approval of the proposal for the sixth National Park of Assam, the ‘Raimona National Park’.

On Saturday, the minister also unveiled the map of the proposed national park; the park is situated near the Mathanguri, Manas National Park.

Suklabaidya mentioned on Twitter “Another success feather is adding to the biodiversity cap of Assam soon as we have initiated the process for approving the proposal for the 6th National Park of Assam the ‘Raimona National Park’. Today unveiled the map of this upcoming park at Mathanguri, Manas National Park,”

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