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Arunachal Pradesh : India’s First-Ever ‘Integrated Aqua Park’ To Be Established At Ziro

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Arunachal Pradesh: Tarin in Ziro will be India’s first ‘integrated aqua park,’ according to the central government (Ziro). Yes, Arunachal Pradesh will soon be home to India’s first fish museum. It will function as an integrated aqua park. The same information was shared on Twitter by Fisheries Minister Tage Taki. It will arrive in Arunachal Pradesh’s Upper Subansiri district.

Arunachal Pradesh’s Fisheries Minister Tage Taki announced that a fish museum, the first of its kind in the Northeast, would be built soon. The fish museum will be part of India’s first-ever ‘Integrated Aqua Park,’ which has received central government approval. Tarin (Ziro) in the Lower Subansiri district will be the site of the park.

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Taking to Twitter, the Arunachal Chief Minister – Pema Khandu confirmed the news. “It was a dream of Hon PM Shri @narendramodi Ji to establish an Aqua Park in every state. Happy to share that under Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojana, first Aqua Park of India is sanctioned to Arunachal. The Park will be set up at Tarin (Ziro) in Lower Subansiri district.” – he wrote.

 

“The Government of Arunachal Pradesh vide reference No.-1 has proposed revised DPR in their Annual Action Plan for FY 2022-23 for Establishment of Integrated Aqua Park (IAP) at Tarin, Ziro, Lower Subansiri District under Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojana (PMMSY) with an overall cost of Rs 50.00 crore and Central share of Rs.45.11 crore,” according to a letter addressed to the Commissioner-cum-Secret The Integrated Aqua Park project was appraised by the Project Appraisal Committee (PAC) in its 27th meeting on the 19th-21st of July 2022, and the recommendations were communicated to the Department of Fisheries (DoF), Government of India by NFDB under reference No. 2.”

The letter added that “This admissible Central liability will be released to the Government of Arunachal Pradesh in equal 4 installments, as per the latest guidelines of Department of Expenditure. Release of each installment will be subject to utilization of at least 75% of the funds previously released and release of matching State share for the previous releases by the DoF, GoI.”

Northeast’s First Fish Museum in Arunachal Pradesh:

The Arunachal Pradesh Fish Museum will house all of the state’s fish species. It will also serve as a training facility for fishermen.

The minister also stated that he had twice gone to the Hyderabad-based National Fisheries Department Board to seek expert advice on the project, which was originally proposed for Rs. 100 crores.

The Arunachal Pradesh Fish Museum will house all of the state’s fish species. It will also serve as a training facility for fishermen.

India’s first Aqua Park in Arunachal Pradesh:

The Government of India has approved the establishment of Arunachal Pradesh’s first-ever Aqua Park in Tarin (Ziro) in the lower Subansiri District.

The large-scale project has been approved under the CSS Component of the Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojana. The total cost is Rs. 50 crores, with Central contributing Rs. 45.11 crores.

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