Important Facts of the Environment Protection Act of India
The relevant points about the environment protection act of India are given below. It will be very useful from an exam point of view.
- The Environment Protection Act was enacted in May 1986.
- It came into force in November 1986.
- This Act is widely considered the response to the Bhopal Gas Tragedy of 1984.
- This Act has 26 sections and 4 chapters.
- It comes under Article 253 of the Indian constitution.
- It is never amended till now.
- Aim: To implement the decisions and instructions of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment.
- Rajiv Gandhi was the PM of India when the environment protection act was enacted.
In Which Year the Environment Protection Act was Passed?
The Environment Protection Act was passed in May 1986. It was passed to provide protection and ensure the quality of our environment. This act was in tune with the decisions of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment.
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