As Long As There Are Forests, There Is Life: Pinky Panwar

Hear the news Hear the news Muzaffarnagar, Gadhipukhta. The program was organized on World Forestry Day at Devasthali Vidyapeeth Degree College located in Hathchhoya village of Oon Tehsil area. Pinky Panwar, founder of Premkul Mission Trust said that as long as there are forests, there is life. Life cannot be imagined without forest. Sunil Kumar, Principal, Devasthali Vidyapeeth said that this year the theme of World Forestry Day is ‘Forest and Sustainable Production and Consumption’ about which students need to run awareness campaign in the society. The principal of Gurukul, Brahmpal Singh said that today the earth is in deep trouble due to indiscriminate felling of trees in forests and forests. Due to which today the earth is facing problems like natural disasters and global warming. The students took a pledge to take care of them by planting saplings. Ruby Panwar, Apoorva Verma, Vikas Verma, Narendra Kumar, Priyanka, Jyoti, Rakesh Kumar, Kapil Sharma, Sandeep Panwar were present in the program. The event was organized in association with Center for Conflict and Peace Research and Friends of Environment Animals and Peace Delhi. Muzaffarnagar, Gadipukhta. The program was organized on World Forestry Day at Devasthali Vidyapeeth Degree College located in Hathchhoya village of Oon Tehsil area. Pinky Panwar, founder of Premkul Mission Trust said that as long as there are forests, there is life. Life cannot be imagined without forest. Sunil Kumar, Principal, Devasthali Vidyapeeth said that this year the theme of World Forestry Day is ‘Forest and Sustainable Production and Consumption’ about which students need to run awareness campaign in the society. The principal of Gurukul, Brahmpal Singh said that today the earth is in deep trouble due to indiscriminate felling of trees in forests and forests. Due to which today the earth is facing problems like natural disasters and global warming. The students took a pledge to take care of them by planting saplings. Ruby Panwar, Apoorva Verma, Vikas Verma, Narendra Kumar, Priyanka, Jyoti, Rakesh Kumar, Kapil Sharma, Sandeep Panwar were present in the program. The event was organized in association with Center for Conflict and Peace Research and Friends of Environment Animals and Peace Delhi. ,

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