Each gram of panchayat has 2200 saplings

Workers at the meeting in the Kamalganj block office.
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2200 seedlings are planted in every gram of panchayat
Kamalganj. This time the aim of the plantation campaign under MNREGA is to plant at least 2200 seedlings in every gram of panchayat. Suggestions for planting seedlings were sought at Monday’s workers’ meeting. Plants can be planted both in public places and individually on the field bonds.
After checking the MGNREGA work in the block office, a plan was drawn up for the early start of the plantation campaign. Asham Singh, officer of the additional program, informed labor workers that preparations are being made to plant 2,200 seedlings in each gram of panchayat, depending on the space available. To do this, submit the employment office proposal. Estimates are made by extracting the ID. For planting seedlings, pits are dug using geo-tagging.
The APO informed Forest Inspector Parashuram who was present at the meeting that the plants that give off more oxygen are peepal and banyan plants. The forest inspector said that peepal and banyan plants were not available. Mango, guava, lemon, teak, jamun, rosewood, drumstick, etc. plants are available.

2200 seedlings are planted in every gram of panchayat

Kamalganj. This time the aim of the plantation campaign under MNREGA is to plant at least 2200 seedlings in every gram of panchayat. Suggestions for planting seedlings were sought at Monday’s workers’ meeting. Plants can be planted both in public places and individually on the field bonds.

After checking the MGNREGA work in the block office, a plan was drawn up for the early start of the plantation campaign. Asham Singh, officer of the additional program, told labor workers that preparations are being made to plant 2,200 seedlings in each gram of panchayat, depending on the space available. To do this, submit the employment office proposal. Estimates are made by extracting the ID. For planting seedlings, pits are dug using geo-tagging.

The APO informed Forest Inspector Parashuram who was present at the meeting that the plants that give off more oxygen are peepal and banyan plants. The forest inspector said that peepal and banyan plants were not available. Mango, guava, lemon, teak, jamun, rosewood, drumstick, etc. plants are available.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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