1.50 lakh fish fingers of carp Rohu Katla Nain released in Ganga river

Varanasi, 21 September (H.S.). A river ranching program was organized at Ravidas Ghat on Wednesday to maintain fish conservation and environmental balance in the Ganges river. Under the Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojna, 1.50 lakh fish Angulikaa (seeds) of Indian Major Carp Rohu, Katla, Nain were released from the ghat in the river Ganges. In […]
 


1.50 lakh fish fingers of carp Rohu Katla Nain released in Ganga river

Varanasi, 21 September (H.S.). A river ranching program was organized at Ravidas Ghat on Wednesday to maintain fish conservation and environmental balance in the Ganges river. Under the Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojna, 1.50 lakh fish Angulikaa (seeds) of Indian Major Carp Rohu, Katla, Nain were released from the ghat in the river Ganges.

In the program, District Panchayat Poonam Maurya, Councilor Nagwa Ravinder Singh and Deputy Director Fisheries Anil Kumar jointly floated fish fingers in the Ganges river. Gangaprahari of Namami Gange also participated in this. In the seminar organized on this occasion, Deputy Director Fisheries and Chief Executive Officer Shweta Singh gave special information to the fish farmers about the Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojana, river ranching program and departmental scheme. As well as with river ratching. Apart from this, information about fishermen accident insurance, Kisan Credit Card was also given through the camp.

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