Colonel returned from Fateh Kargil and is now at the front of the green

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Badaun / Kunwargaon. After his retirement, Colonel Virendra Kumar Singh, who drove the enemy seated on the high hills of Kargil, stands firmly on the green front. Colonel Saheb, who created a green garden by planting 35 kinds of fruit trees on six bighas, is conveying the message of environmental protection to others.
Virendra Kumar Singh, a resident of Kunwargaon, is doing a remarkable job in environmental protection and horticulture. Colonel Virendra Singh, who saved the enemy’s sixes through his participation in the Kargil War, also operated in Sri Lanka on behalf of the Indian Army. In 2007 he retired. According to Colonel Virendra, when he returned to the village, he saw that the gardens of childhood were extinct. He said that for 37 years he worked in the army in many areas of the country from Kashmir to Kanyakumari. Apart from that, when he is traveling abroad, he knows the meaning of trees, plants and greenery very well.
The colonel said that he had now planted a garden called Madhuvan in six bighas. It has 35 kinds of fruit trees. Of these, a maximum of 45 are mango trees. Aside from these there are lemon, guava, seasonal, orange, jackfruit, banana, peach, fig, chikoo, kamarkha, ambala, etc. He said his orchard is ready and fruits are coming . He and his family take care of them. At the same time, 15 more Bighas will be planted. Besides the locals, people come from far and wide to see his gardening. He asks people to plant seedlings and take care of them. It is said that we went through a bad phase of oxygen crisis during the Corona period. If the future of the new generation is to be secured, we have to plant trees.

Badaun / Kunwargaon. After his retirement, Colonel Virendra Kumar Singh, who drove the enemy seated on the high hills of Kargil, stands firmly on the green front. Colonel Saheb, who created a green garden by planting 35 kinds of fruit trees on six bighas, is conveying the message of environmental protection to others.

Virendra Kumar Singh, a resident of Kunwargaon, is doing a remarkable job in environmental protection and horticulture. Colonel Virendra Singh, who saved the enemy’s sixes through his participation in the Kargil War, also operated in Sri Lanka on behalf of the Indian Army. In 2007 he retired. According to Colonel Virendra, when he returned to the village, he saw that the gardens of childhood had died out. He said that for 37 years he worked in the army in many areas of the country from Kashmir to Kanyakumari. Apart from that, when he is traveling abroad, he knows the meaning of trees, plants and greenery very well.

The colonel said that he had now planted a garden called Madhuvan in six bighas. It has 35 kinds of fruit trees. Of these, a maximum of 45 are mango trees. Aside from these there are lemon, guava, seasonal, orange, jackfruit, banana, peach, fig, chikoo, kamarkha, ambala, etc. He said his orchard is ready and fruits are coming . He and his family take care of them. At the same time, 15 more Bighas will be planted. Besides the locals, people come from far and wide to see his gardening. He asks people to plant seedlings and take care of them. It is said that we went through a bad phase of oxygen crisis during the Corona period. If the future of the new generation is to be secured, we have to plant trees.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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