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Randeep Hooda bats for robust mitigation measures on proposed and existing projects


Randeep Hooda bats for robust mitigation measures on proposed and existing projects
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Randeep Hooda is a well-known champion of the environment, and he often takes to Twitter to share his thoughts on how we should be doing a little more to protect the enivironment. He is even seen suggesting steps that should be taken to preserve the wildlife and the natural resorces. .

On Thursday, January 30, the actor took to Twitter to share a video of a leopard that was hit by motorcycle. In this heart wrnching video one can see the poor animal taking his last breath and succumbed to his injuries following a road accident.

The video was shared by Randeep Hooda with the caption, "Yesterday it was leopard, today an elephant. These #roadkills will keep happening, rather they will increase with time. Robust mitigation measures on proposed and existing projects is a must. #SaveWildlife"

And he has tagged many imminent leaders in this tweet, which include Prakash Javdekar (Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change), Nitin Gadkari (Minister for Road Transport & Highways of India), the official twitter handles of PMO India, Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change and Ministry of Road Transport and Highways.

In this he not only questions how these road kills have taken the life of a leopard today and an elephant in the past. He also calls for an immediate action on this and urges for “Robust mitigation measures on proposed and existing projects is a must”.

He had recently also shared a video questioning on why the Tigers were not being a safe passage and how at the end they get the blame for attacking the government. Randeep is one of the sensible voices that we have in Bollywood and he is also seen appreciating the positive steps that the government is taking in the direction of preserving our environment. He had recently lauded Maharashtra CM, Uddhav Thackeray for turning down the human dam project.

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