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Continue deliberation on the Review Report on Compensation-Related Policies for Human- Wildlife Conflict and Crop Damage Due to Natural Calamities

Continue deliberation on the Review Report on Compensation-Related Policies for Human- Wildlife Conflict and Crop Damage Due to Natural Calamities

The 7th sitting of the 33rd session of the National Council commenced with the Chairperson extending heartfelt congratulations on behalf of the people of Bhutan to His Majesty The King on receiving honorary doctorate degrees from seven esteemed Thai universities in a ceremony held at Dungkar Dzong yesterday.

The Hon’ble Chairperson also noted that this honor not only recognizes His Majesty’s visionary leadership but also strengthens the bond between Bhutan and Thailand.

Subsequently, the House resumed its deliberation on the Natural Resources and Environment Committee's (NREC) review report on Compensation-Related Policies for Human-Wildlife Conflict and Crop Damage due to Natural Calamities.

The House discussed the four recommendations proposed by the NREC. Considering additional submissions from the members, the Chairperson assigned the committee to revisit the recommendations and present the final recommendation on June 27th. The House will adopt the report, including the final recommendations, on July 2, 2024.

 

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