New Delhi: The government is making holistic efforts to ensure wildlife sustainability and protection, with the strategy focused on four key pillars, including infrastructure, said Union minister Jyotiraditya Scindia on Thursday.
Briefing reporters on the government's initiatives for wildlife conservation since 2014, Scindia said that a 360 degrees approach has been adopted and emphasised the importance of "animal passage plans" along with development. With such plans, the effort is to ensure a safe environment for wildlife animals, the minister said.
The strategy for wildlife conservation is focused on four pillars like, population, policy, people and infrastructure, Scindia added.
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