Read the report PM Modi’s panel submitted on amending green laws

The Subramaniam Committee has prepared and submitted its report on amending environment and forest-related laws. The leaked report, a copy of which is with Citizen Matters is uploaded below.

It can be recalled that this committee walked out of a public hearing in Vikasa Soudha in Bengaluru last month, when green activists threw many questions about the mandate of the committee and other issues. The main hearing did not take place,though there were many other hearings that actually took place in Bengaluru.

If you have anything to say about the report, do comment below the article, or mail us expressing interest to comment on it, so that we can send you an invite to comment on the copy of the document.



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