Panel Formed by Environment Ministry for Conservation of Manipur’s Loktak Lake


A panel of five members has been formed by the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change for management and conservation of famous Loktak Lake in the state of Manipur. The panel will visit Loktak Lake soon and hold examinations with the State government, its concerned offices, and different partners. This team will likewise incorporate individuals living in the region of the Loktak Lake.

The visiting team to Loktak Lake will inspect the execution of works completed with monetary help given by the central & state governments so far for the preservation and administration of Loktak Lake and propose advanced involvement required for monitoring and conserving the lake in an all-encompassing way. It will specify the steps requisite to be started for declaring enchanting Loktak Lake as UNESCO World Heritage Site and recognize the means and moves to be made to put up the tourism capability of Loktak Lake.

The Ministry of Environment, Forest, and Climate Change has indicated the panel to produce a detail report latest by November 15, 2016.

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