The government is soon going to start re-populating the villages which are evacuated from the escape, from Pauri district. The government has planned that by initially marking such 30 villages, they will be re-populated. Government agencies have started work for this. Speaking to the media after receiving the report of the migratory commission, Chief Minister Trivendra Rawat said that the government is working on a detailed plan to populate the barren villages. For this, villages evacuated from migrations are being identified.
CM said that after a model is ready, it will be implemented in the entire state. For this, the government will discuss with the residents living in these villages as well as the migrants. On this occasion, Deputy Commission Deputy Chairman SS Negi informed that it is being started from Pauri district, initially 30 villages have been selected. The local people are being spoken before the final announcement of the names. Identifying the available resources in these villages. The availability of water is being given priority in this. It is also being seen what plans can be made to strengthen the economics of these villages.
Rural Development and Migration Commission has recommended strengthening eco-tourism to prevent migrations in the state. The Commission has recommended for its implementation of eco-tourism activities through a single agency and formulate a policy for it. On Tuesday, commission vice-president SS Negi handed over the report to Chief Minister Trivendra Rawat. CM said that every MP from BJP has adopted one village, Rajya Sabha MP Anil Baluni has adopted the boar village, which has become barren in Dugadda block, with good thinking. This will give positive results soon.