28 trees were felled to receive the president without informing the headmaster

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Kanpur Dehat / Pukhrayan. On the one hand, while a tree-planting campaign is being carried out to protect the environment, the Pukhrayan district administration is cutting 38 trees to receive the president. Here, too, 28 trees that were planted on the grounds of the RSGU Inter College were felled by the administration without informing the school management. At the same time, 10 eucalyptus trees were felled on the premises of the veterinary clinic.
On June 27th, 28 eucalyptus trees were felled, two days before the President’s program was finalized at the RSGU Inter College Ground in Pukhrayan. Forest officials had placed workers to cut trees. The trees were felled by the Tehsil administration.
It has been argued that these trees at high altitude are an obstacle to the safe landing and take-off of the President’s helicopter. Trees were felled at the direction of the President’s security officer. However, felling these trees does not leave any shade on the ground. The college manager is saddened by the trees being felled. He says earlier children played in the shade of the trees. Now the field is deserted.
Rs. Deposited in college account
Manager Shriprakash Dwivedi said he had not received any information about the felling of the tree. After the trees were felled, an ultimatum was given to remove the wood. Wood sold to Raees, the town’s wood supplier, for ten thousand rupees lakh. The contractor removed the wood on this. On June 29th, this money was deposited into the school’s bank account.
Deposition of wood in veterinary clinics
CVO Dr. DN Lavanian said ten eucalyptus trees were felled on the grounds of the veterinary hospital by forest service workers. Wood is currently being deposited on the premises. It will be auctioned. The hospital’s deputy CVO, Dr. BK Verma said these trees shaded the campus earlier. The trees were far from the helipad, but they were felled.
Trees were felled on the instructions of senior officials
DFO Ashok Chandra said that on instructions from senior officials, eucalyptus trees were felled for safety reasons. These trees are among the species exempt from felling. Bhognipur Forest Ranger Chhedalal said that on instructions from SDM Bhognipur workers were provided to cut eucalyptus trees.
There was a problem with the flight of helicopters
SDM Bhognipur Deepali Bhargava said eucalyptus trees were felled on the orders of the president’s security officer. He explained the reason three helicopters landed and the difficulty of taking turns during the flight. Now more shade seedlings are being planted in the floor of the Inter College.
Green returned, plants should be planted on college grounds
Kanpur landscape. The Aam Aadmi party protested against the felling of trees on the grounds of the RSGU Inter College in Pukhrayan. The party’s district president Ashutosh Pandey presented a memorandum to DM JP Singh at the Collectorate on Friday regarding the demand for tree planting. The district president has called the felling of trees harmful to the environment. He said the way government employees cut trees is impervious to green. The DM said seedlings would be planted on the college grounds.

Kanpur Dehat / Pukhrayan. On the one hand, while a tree-planting campaign is being carried out to protect the environment, the Pukhrayan district administration is cutting 38 trees to receive the president. Here, too, 28 trees that were planted on the grounds of the RSGU Inter College were felled by the administration without informing the school management. At the same time, 10 eucalyptus trees were felled on the premises of the veterinary clinic.

On June 27th, 28 eucalyptus trees were felled, two days before the President’s program was finalized at the RSGU Inter College Ground in Pukhrayan. Forest officials had placed workers to cut trees. The trees were felled by the Tehsil administration.

It has been argued that these trees at high altitude are an obstacle to the safe landing and take-off of the President’s helicopter. Trees were felled at the direction of the President’s security officer. However, felling these trees does not leave any shade on the ground. The college manager is saddened by the trees being felled. He says earlier children played in the shade of the trees. Now the field is deserted.

Rs. Deposited in college account

Manager Shriprakash Dwivedi said he had not received any information about the felling of the tree. After the trees were felled, an ultimatum was given to remove the wood. Wood sold to Raees, the town’s wood supplier, for ten thousand rupees lakh. The contractor removed the wood on this. On June 29th, this money was deposited into the school’s bank account.

Deposition of wood in veterinary clinics

CVO Dr. DN Lavanian said ten eucalyptus trees were felled on the grounds of the veterinary hospital by forest service workers. Wood is currently being deposited on the premises. It will be auctioned. The hospital’s deputy CVO, Dr. BK Verma said these trees shaded the campus earlier. The trees were far from the helipad, but they were felled.

Trees were felled on the instructions of senior officials

DFO Ashok Chandra said that on instructions from senior officials, eucalyptus trees were felled for safety reasons. These trees are among the species exempt from felling. Bhognipur Forest Ranger Chhedalal said that on instructions from SDM Bhognipur workers were provided to cut eucalyptus trees.

There was a problem with the flight of helicopters

SDM Bhognipur Deepali Bhargava said eucalyptus trees were felled on the orders of the president’s security officer. He explained the reason three helicopters landed and the difficulty of taking turns during the flight. Now more shade seedlings are being planted in the floor of the Inter College.

Green returned, plants should be planted on college grounds

Kanpur landscape. The Aam Aadmi party protested against the felling of trees on the grounds of the RSGU Inter College in Pukhrayan. The party’s district president Ashutosh Pandey presented a memorandum to DM JP Singh at the Collectorate on Friday regarding the demand for tree planting. The district president has called the felling of trees harmful to the environment. He said the way government employees cut trees is impervious to green. The DM said seedlings would be planted on the college grounds.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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