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"International Journal of Geography, Geology and Environment"

2021, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A

Role on Panchayti Raj institutions in environmental balance: Special study with reference to the state of Madhya Pradesh


Author(s): Meena Thakre and Manita Kaur Virdi

Abstract: Environmental Degradation or Environmental imbalance is becoming a serious problem of the world. In earlier times human population and technology knowledge were less due to which ecological exploitation was less. Hence the human environment relationship was balanced. But today due to increase in population technology efficiency, indoctrination, urbanization, rural-urban transfer, natural resources have been heavily exploited. As a result, many environmental problems such as the problem of pure water, forest destruction, exploitation of mining, smoke from transportation, industrial pollution etc. Have adversely affected human health bio-diversity, climate change, and agricultural productivity. In such a situation, the contribution of Panchayti Raj Institution, the lowest level of administration for environmental protection, has been presented by researchers in this paper. The concept and development of Panchayti raj is ruled by five public representatives it is five representatives Brahmin, Kshatriya, Vishay, shudra and the fifth God. The 73rd constitution amendment act of the Indian constitution provides Panchayti raj institutions a wide right. Therefor the research paper presented has field study of environment related program in Madhya Pradesh. A vivid example of this can be seen as a contribution made by the Bhopal municipal corporation as a result of the 2december 1984 leak of methyl Isocyanine gas in Bhopal Madhya Pradesh.

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How to cite this article:
Meena Thakre, Manita Kaur Virdi. Role on Panchayti Raj institutions in environmental balance: Special study with reference to the state of Madhya Pradesh. Int J Geogr Geol Environ 2021;3(1):26-28.
International Journal of Geography, Geology and Environment