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UP Global Investors Summit: Denmark to arrange river lab in Varanasi to make sure clear Ganga

Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh) [India], February 11 (ANI): In the Global Investors Summit 2023, a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) price Rs 1000 crore has been signed between the Government of Denmark and the Government of Uttar Pradesh relating to the cleansing of Ganga and its tributary river Varuna.

The Danish authorities will arrange a Smart River Laboratory in Varanasi to watch the cleansing of the Ganges.

The Uttar Pradesh authorities is repeatedly working with the resolve to scrub Ganga. The ongoing Namami Gange Project bears good leads to making Ganga and its tributaries uninterruptedly clear.

This MoU was signed between Dan Jorgensen, Minister of Denmark, and Swatantra Dev Singh, Minister of Jal Shakti, Government of Uttar Pradesh, within the Danish Partner Session throughout GIS 23 organised within the Vrindavan scheme.

Meanwhile, Denmark’s Global Climate Policy Minister Dan Jorgensen mentioned that India is rising because the world’s main financial system, whereas Uttar Pradesh is fuelling India’s energy. He expressed his intent to work with a visionary chief like Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.

Under the management of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India is repeatedly working with Denmark to avoid wasting the setting by means of the inexperienced partnership.

Jal Shakti Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Swatantra Dev Singh highlighted that the relations between India and Denmark are a number of a long time outdated. Positive cooperation between the 2 governments was maintained even through the COVID pandemic. Denmark has been working in India in areas like vitality, meals, and software program.

Speaking in regards to the India-Denmark Green Strategic Partnership, Dan Jorgensen mentioned that this partnership units route primarily based on scale, expertise, pace, scope, and sustainability. He additionally reiterated his dedication to eradicating diabetes.

He underlined that the mission of rejuvenation of Ganga’s tributaries, particularly the Varuna river in Varanasi will give new life to the individuals there. Along with cleansing the rivers, the federal government is continually working to supply water to each family by means of the Jal Jeevan Mission. The Prime Minister of Denmark appreciated the efforts being made by India relating to the Jal Jeevan Mission. (ANI)