44.64 lakh seedlings planted as part of a massive tree plantation campaign

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Shravasti. To make the Terai green, a massive tree-planting campaign was carried out in the district on Sunday. With the help of many departments, about 44 lakh 64 thousand one hundred seedlings were planted. A large plantation program was started by Nodal Officer Senior IAS P. Guruprasad in the village of Chahalwa in the Hariharpurrani area. The officers present also planted seedlings from Peepal, Bell, etc. Various types of seedlings were planted in other government offices, public land, and building sites in the district. happened.
The plantation was inaugurated by the senior IAS P. Guruprasad and DM TK Shibu by doing bhoomipujan and tree planting in Chahalwa. The knot officer said the only way to stop the deterioration of the environment is by planting trees. He planted an Ashoka tree by Banyan and DM, Bell and Chief Development Officer Ishan Pratap Singh. By planting fertile seedlings through the ADM, the message was conveyed to the people that not only wood, but also fruit are extracted from the tree in order to stay healthy. Hence, at least one or two fruit trees should be planted around you. During this time DM and Nodal Officer visited many other villages, including Parsa Dehria, and looked at the plantation program. He was joined by deputy district judge Bhinga Rajesh Kumar Mishra, district forest officer AP Yadav, police officer Bhinga Hausal Prasad, and other officers planting seedlings.
The police planted 7,200 seedlings
As part of the extensive tree plantation program, SP Arvind Kumar Maurya and the additional superintendent of the police BC Dubey planted seedlings on the premises of the Police Line. Planting was also carried out in all police stations, outposts and fire brigade buildings under the direction of those responsible. Around 7,200 seedlings were planted on site by the police. Inspector Vinod Kumar Singh, responsible inspector Rakesh Chandra, responsible detective inspector Vimalendra Kumar, responsible AHTU KK Yadav, responsible inspector Mahila Police Station Vinita Chaturvedi, Ajay Kumar, Sunil Kumar and other employees and officers were present.
Plantation under the direction of the village chief
Jamunha. Under the direction of the village chief Bhim Singh, 15 hundred trees made of teak, amla, jamun, guava, sycamore, pakar and SSB 42. Vahini on behalf of Kodia on the land of Gram Panchayat Parsohna, Madhya Nagara, Mankaura etc. It also became a plantation performed in the same gram of panchayat.
People’s representatives also planted seedlings
MLA Shravasti Ram Feran Pandey and Panchayat’s newly elected District President Daddan Mishra also planted seedlings as part of the massive tree plantation program. Additional District Official Yoganand Pandey, Joint Magistrate IAS Parikshit Khatana, Tehsildar Rajkumar Pandey and other officials also planted seedlings.

Shravasti. To make the Terai green, a massive tree-planting campaign was carried out in the district on Sunday. With the help of many departments, about 44 lakh 64 thousand one hundred seedlings were planted. A large plantation program was started by Nodal Officer Senior IAS P. Guruprasad in the village of Chahalwa in the Hariharpurrani area. The officers present also planted seedlings from Peepal, Bell, etc. Various types of seedlings were planted in other government offices, public land, and building sites in the district. happened.

The plantation was inaugurated by the senior IAS P. Guruprasad and DM TK Shibu by doing bhoomipujan and tree planting in Chahalwa. The knot officer said the only way to stop the deterioration of the environment is by planting trees. He planted an Ashoka tree by Banyan and DM, Bell and Chief Development Officer Ishan Pratap Singh. By planting fertile seedlings through the ADM, the message was conveyed to the people that not only wood but also fruit are extracted from the tree in order to stay healthy. Hence, at least one or two fruit trees should be planted around you. During this time DM and Nodal Officer visited many other villages, including Parsa Dehria, and looked at the plantation program. He was joined by deputy district judge Bhinga Rajesh Kumar Mishra, district forest officer AP Yadav, police officer Bhinga Hausal Prasad, and other officers planting seedlings.

The police planted 7,200 seedlings

As part of the extensive tree plantation program, SP Arvind Kumar Maurya and the additional superintendent of the police BC Dubey planted seedlings on the premises of the Police Line. Planting was also carried out in all police stations, outposts and fire brigade buildings under the direction of those responsible. Around 7,200 seedlings were planted on site by the police. Inspector Vinod Kumar Singh, responsible inspector Rakesh Chandra, responsible detective inspector Vimalendra Kumar, responsible AHTU KK Yadav, responsible inspector Mahila Police Station Vinita Chaturvedi, Ajay Kumar, Sunil Kumar and other employees and officers were present.

Plantation under the direction of the village chief

Jamunha. Under the direction of the village chief Bhim Singh, 15 hundred trees made of teak, amla, jamun, guava, sycamore, pakar and SSB 42. Vahini on behalf of Kodia on the land of Gram Panchayat Parsohna, Madhya Nagara, Mankaura etc. It also became a plantation performed in the same gram of panchayat.

People’s representatives also planted seedlings

MLA Shravasti Ram Feran Pandey and Panchayat’s newly elected District President Daddan Mishra also planted seedlings as part of the massive tree plantation program. Additional District Official Yoganand Pandey, Joint Magistrate IAS Parikshit Khatana, Tehsildar Rajkumar Pandey and other officials also planted seedlings.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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