NEW DELHI, Aug 14 (The CONNECT) - Four more wetlands from India get recognition from the Ramsar Secretariat as Ramsar sites. These sites are Thol and Wadhwana from Gujarat and Sultanpur and Bhindawas from Haryana. Informing this in a tweet message, Union Environment Minister, Bhupender Yadav expressed happiness and stated that it is Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s special concern for the environment which has led to overall improvement in how India cares for its wetlands.
Yadav tweeted: PM Shri @narendramodi ji’s concern for the environment has led to overall improvement in how India cares for its wetlands. Happy to inform that four more Indian wetlands have got Ramsar recognition as wetlands of international importance.
In another tweet, @byadavbjp said, The number of Ramsar sites in India is now 46.