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Water Vision@2047: 1st All India Annual State Ministers Conference on Water

Ministry of Jal Shakti organized the “1st All India Annual State Minister Conference on Water” with the theme of “Water Vision@2027” in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh on 5th and 6th January 2023. Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Shivaraj Singh Chouhan, and Union Minister of Jal Shakti Gajendra Singh Shekhawat felicitated the occasion.

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The Minister of State for Jal Shakti and Food Processing Industries Prahlad Singh Patel was also present during the event. The primary objective of the 2-day conference was to gather inputs for India@2027 and the 5P vision from the different water stakeholders of the state, water being a state subject, and improve engagement and partnership with states.

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1st All India Annual State Ministers Conference on Water- Key Points

  • The government is deliberating on the preparation of the Action Plan and Vision Document of India@2027 according to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision to make India a developed Nation in 2027.
  • The Prime minister has proclaimed the 5P mantras which include Political will, Public Financing, Partnerships, Public Participation, and Persuasion for sustainability.
  • India’s water sector will play a significant role in achieving the heights India strives to reach in the next few years.
  • The first All India Annual State Ministers Conference on Water was held in Bhopal, Madhya from 5th January to 6th January 2023.
  • The conference was also attended by Senior Secretaries of Water Resources, the Public Health Engineering Department (PHED), and Irrigation from all States/UTs along with Agriculture Production Commissioners will also be attending the Conference.
  • The 1st Thermatic Session addressed the various aspects of “Water Security in Water Deficit, Water Surplus, and Hilly Regions”.
  • The 2nd Thermatic Session is on “Water Use Efficiency including the Reuse of Water water/Greywater”.
  • The 3rd Thermatic Session will be on “Water Governance” which aims to break the silos in the water sector by bringing various states together facilitated by the center.
  • The 4th Thermatic Session addresses the present scenario of climate change in the country and the measures that need to be taken to reduce the effects of climate change.
  • The 5th Session is on Water Quality and deals with problems of water quality of drinking water, surface water, and groundwater.

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