Empowering Communities and Sustainability: Insights from CONRWA’s 6th Convention

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New Delhi (04/03/2024): The 6th convention organized by CONRWA witnessed the presence of numerous intellectuals. Held at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, on March 2, 2024, the event delved into crucial topics like waste management, environmental issues, and empowering RWA economically through sustainable practices.

The convention commenced with a ceremonial lamp lighting ceremony, followed by a welcoming address by CONRWA President PS Jain, extending greetings to all dignitaries. Renowned figures such as former Secretary General of the Rajya Sabha and the organization’s patron, Dr. Yogendra Narayan IAS, emphasized the imperative of promoting sustainable development and advocating for environmental awareness through various media, including films, alongside taking actionable steps.

Addressing the gathering, Somnath Bharti, MLA from Malviya Nagar and member of the Aam Aadmi Party, stressed the essence of governance being accessible to the people, highlighting the initiation of neighborhood WhatsApp groups. However, concerns were raised regarding the outdated agreement from 1993 between Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, and Delhi governments concerning the administration of Delhi, urging for reforms to address the city’s growing population.

Vandana Tripathi, Additional CEO of the Noida Authority, reassured that all topics discussed would be duly considered by the authorities. Despite acknowledging the challenges in environmental initiatives, the commitment to continual improvement was emphasized.

CONRWA President PS Jain, in a conversation with TEN, emphasized that the discussions held today on various important subjects will pave the way for the welfare of society. While acknowledging the significant contributions of numerous organizations to the work facilitated by government bodies, he noted with satisfaction that despite sometimes not receiving due credit, the efforts are ultimately benefiting the people and the community at large.

Pankaj Agrawal, the chairman of the organizing committee, stated that today’s convention has discussed various issues that will prove beneficial for society. The Resident Welfare Association (RWA) acts as a bridge between residents and government authorities, striving to ensure that no resident faces any problems. Today, we are continuing this discussion to address several ongoing issues.

The speakers, including Anuj Kandwal, Archana Verma IAS, SK Kumar, B.D. Sharma, Professor Dinesh Abrol, Dr. Ruby Makhija, Naveen Kumar Patle, Praveen Singh, Amarnath, Satyendra Kumar, Abhisht Kusum Gupta, Puja Bahi, along with the team, UP Singh Retd IAS, Deepak Verma, TN Kaul, and Anil Sharma, were present.

Advisors for the program included the president of SCBA, Dr. Adish C Aggarwala, Rama Rani Rathi, Brig. Ashok Hak, Col. TP Tyagi, SS Rudra, Gulshan Rai, and Shahid Ahmad.

The program was sponsored by Uflex “A Part of Your Daily Life,” Metro Group of Hospitals (Healthcare & Education), Haldiram, Kent Mineral RO (Water Purifier), NEXGEN ENERGIA Limited, and Kailash Hospital.

The convention served as a platform for meaningful discussions aimed at addressing societal concerns and fostering harmony between residents and government entities.


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