Bhupender Yadav is a Bharatiya Janata Party leader from Rajasthan. Born in Ajmer on June 30, 1969, he is currently Union Minister Environment, Forest and Climate Change & Minister of Labour and Employment.
In 2000, Bhupender Yadav was appointed the General Secretary of the Akhil Bharatiya Adhivakta Parishad and held the position till 2009. In 2010, he was appointed as National Secretary of Bharatiya Janata Party. In 2014, he took charge as National General Secretary of the BJP.
Bhupender Yadav was BJP’s election co-in-charge for the Assembly polls of Rajasthan (2013) and Jharkhand (2014) and in-charge for Gujarat. He was in-charge for the 2019 Loksabha election & 2020 Bihar Legislative Assembly elections.
In view of his administrative efficiency and deep understanding of issues, Bhupender Yadav has been made Union Minister of Labour and Environment.
Given his success in managing the party’s strategy and campaign in states, Bhupender Yadav has been entrusted with the responsibility of the north-eastern state of Manipur. He is the party’s election in-charge for the state.
After BJP’s success in Bihar elections, Bhupendra Yadav was tasked with turning civic elections in Greater Hyderabad in BJP’s favour.
187th Meeting of ESIC
World Wetlands Day 2022
Quarterly Employment Survey (QES)
19th meeting of the National Tiger Conservation Authority
178th Governing Body Meeting of Dattopant Thengadi National Board for Workers Education
Ayurveda to cheetah, mangroves to tiger, recent Indian policies made under PM Shri Narendra Modi ji have mitigated biodiversity losses in the country.
This year’s climate meet was branded as the COP for Implementation, and significant breakthroughs were achieved on climate action, including mitigation, adaptation, finance, technology transfer and capacity building.
भारत की जलवायु नीति को इंगित करने वाला प्रमुख सिद्धांत कम कार्बन उत्सर्जन आधारित विकास के रास्ते लक्ष्यों को हासिल करना है. प्रधानमंत्री मोदी ने बार-बार कहा है कि भारत का विकास प्रतिमान स्पष्ट तौर पर विकास और जलवायु कार्रवाई को एक-दूसरे के विरोधाभासी के बजाय पूरक के रूप में देखता है.
The key principle that informs India’s climate policy is pursuing the country’s development goals along low carbon development pathways. PM Modi has said India’s growth paradigm sees development and climate action as complementary to each other, rather than being contradictory to each other.