New Delhi: With the sole ambition of cleaning and ensuring uninterrupted flow of water in the holy River Ganges, representatives of Save Ganga Movement and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh-led National Ganga River Basin Authority (NGRBA) are scheduled to meet on April 17 at 7 RCR, Prime Minister’s residence in New Delhi.

Swami Gyan Swarup Sanand, who had once again gone on hunger strike in protest against the Union government's non-seriousness towards the environmental hazards caused to the river, is set to put forwards the agenda for the health of Ganges.

According to sources, Swami Sanand in a letter to Manmohan Singh had expressed about his proposed agendas to save Rive Ganga.

He is among seven saints who will meet the Prime Minister at his official residence in the national Capital.

Earlier in the day, leading environmentalist and member NGRBA Dr Ravi Chopra met Swami and discussed necessary steps to be taken to save Ganges.

The government had promised to stop the quarrying in Ganga. According to Swami, the promise was not fulfilled which has forced him to decide to resume his fast.