Policy, Law And Governance
Thus, groups working for water resources, biodiversity, hydropower, soils, ecology, construction activities etc should be taken into confidence and their inputs used for formulating policies and arriving at a framework for river conservation. Some of these stakeholders come under the ambit of various different ministries of union or state governments, so that the coordination with them could be accomplished through the central government. In addition to formulation of policy, the implementation of law and management of governance comes under the control of central government. The role of cGanga is to act as nodal agency facilitating exchange of ideas between different stakeholders and departments, thus accelerating discussion to arrive at unanimous policies for river conservation.