The World Health Organisation has officially declared the COVID-19 as pandemic and is still ongoing in various parts of the world. Lockdown due to COVID-19 reduced transport activities which results in less energy consumption and lower oil demand. These changes in transport activities and oil demand exert a significant impact on the environmental quality. It has caused a global reduction which has a positive impact on Earth. The river Ganga has become clean and fit for drinking. In the several other ghats, fishes and other creatures are visible too. This pandemic and the lockdown in consequence has in fact, given us a positive effect in the environment.
What the Government could not achieve the same in years through ‘Namami Gange Programme’, the nature itself did it in weeks. ‘Namami Gange Programme’, is an Integrated Conservation Mission which is approved as ‘Flagship Programme’ by the Union Government in June 2014. The objectives of this programme are cut of pollution, conservation and upgrading of National River Ganga.
But it is not effective in the long run. Once, our lives go back to normal, the rivers will be dirty again and there will be increase in pollution as well. The Government, therefore, should identify a balance between the environment and the survival of the people.
A unique set of rules, the Uniform Civil Code is the concept of a uniform code for all religions residing in the country of India through the eradication of the age-old personal laws still relied upon in the country.
Over the past few years, the Government and Federal Reserve Bank have got wind of numerous committees for understanding the wants of the payments ecosystem and suggesting appropriate measures for enhancing the usage of digital payments.