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Pastor for Forests and Soil Conservation Agni Prasad Sapkota tabled the Bill Related to Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) and the Bill Related to Plant Resources for examination in the Legislature-Parliament meeting on Tuesday.The meeting of the Legislature-Parliament rejected with lion's share the notification of protest on the bills exhibited under the steady gaze of this by officials Dilli Prasad Kafley, Prem Suwal and Anuradha Thapa Magar of Nepal Workers Peasants Party. Introducing the two bills in the parliament meeting, Minister Sapkota said the administration was working with duty to quality the monetary status of the general population through the business utilization of the widely varied vegetation separated from ensuring them.He said the legislature is working in an arranged way for the advancement and preservation of the plant assets and that the plant assets ought to be utilized ideally for the financial improvement and prosperity.The Minister additionally expressed that the administration has sought after short-term, medium-term and long haul strategies and projects for the assurance of the woodland and natural life.
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