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The ‘Namami Gange Programme’ is an integrated conservation program developed by the Union Government in 2014. It was approved as a flagship programme by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It was founded for the conservation of river Ganga. The five objectives of this project is:

To provide sewage facilities through sewage management project in states like Bihar, Jharkhand, etc.

To ensure biodiversity conservation through projects like Conservation in Ganga river, Ganges river dolphin conservation education programme and Biodiversity conservation and Ganga rejuvenation.

To ensure river-surface cleaning by collecting the waste material floating on the surface of river.

Monitoring of industries, industries causing water pollution are given notices to follow the norms for prevent dumping of waste materials in Ganga.

Public Awareness through various events, workshops, conferences, etc. Advertisements are aired on radio and television to increase more public awareness.

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