Negligence in the plantation will not be forgivable: Dm

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Mau. A Plantation Committee meeting was held in the Collectorate Hall, chaired by District Judge Amit Singh Bansal. District Judge Amit Singh Bansal said in his address that the goal of planting was set by the department heads of the identified departments, they will definitely meet it. Any kind of negligence will not be forgiven. In addition to planting the plant, there should be no lack of care for it. He said more and more seedlings should be planted in the district.
He said that more and more shade plants should be planted. All officials should mark the planting sites in their respective areas. so that the goal can be achieved. The district judge said that after the plantation work was completed, an investigation would be carried out and action would be taken against those affected if the objective during the investigation was not found to be met. The district judge instructed all deputy district judges and tehsildars to mark the vacant government land in the rural areas of their respective tehsil plains and to plant seedlings in them.
The district judge said that mini-forests should be planted in each of the district’s Nyaya panchayats. In which plants such as peepal, pakad, neem, drumstick, banyan, mango, guava etc. should be planted. The district judge announced that the target of planting seedlings for the years 2021-22 has been assigned to the affected department. 75000 from the Ministry of Environment, 762840 from the Rural Development Office, 86880 from the Tax Office, 86880 from the Panchayat Raj Department, 1920 from the Industrial Development Department, 13440 from the Urban Development, 7200 seedlings planted by the Public Works Department.
While 7200 from the Ministry of Irrigation, 145860 from the Ministry of Agriculture, 2760 from the Ministry of Animal Husbandry, 3480 from the Cooperative Ministry, 5400 from the Ministry of Industry, 2160 from the Ministry of Electricity, 1740 from the Secondary Education System, 1740 from the Basic Education System, 3600 from the Technical Education System, 13560 from the Higher Education System, 1800 from the Ministry of Labor, 7200 from the Ministry of Health , 1800 from the Ministry of Transport, 96276 from the Horticultural Office, 4440 from the Police Office, 18849 from the Ministry of Silk, 9480 from the Ministry of Railways, 4440 from the Ministry of Defense, 5400 from the Housing Department. On that occasion, the Chief Development Officer, Chief Revenue Officer, District Development Officer, DFO, Chief Medical Officer, District School Inspector, Senior Treasury Officer, District Agriculture Officer, District Panchayat Raj Officer, all the Deputy District Judges, etc. were present.

Mau. A Plantation Committee meeting was held in the Collectorate Hall, chaired by District Judge Amit Singh Bansal. District Judge Amit Singh Bansal said in his address that the goal of planting was set by the department heads of the identified departments, they will definitely meet it. Any kind of negligence will not be forgiven. In addition to planting the plant, there should be no lack of care for it. He said more and more seedlings should be planted in the district.

He said that more and more shade plants should be planted. All officials should mark the planting sites in their respective areas. so that the goal can be achieved. The district judge said that after the plantation work was completed, an investigation would be carried out and action would be taken against those affected if the objective during the investigation was not found to be met. The district judge instructed all deputy district judges and tehsildars to mark the vacant government land in the rural areas of their respective tehsil plains and to plant seedlings in them.

The district judge said that mini-forests should be planted in each of the district’s Nyaya panchayats. In which plants such as peepal, pakad, neem, drumstick, banyan, mango, guava etc. should be planted. The district judge announced that the target of planting seedlings for the years 2021-22 has been assigned to the affected department. 75000 from the Ministry of Environment, 762840 from the Rural Development Office, 86880 from the Tax Office, 86880 from the Panchayat Raj Department, 1920 from the Industrial Development Department, 13440 from the Urban Development, 7200 seedlings planted by the Public Works Department.

While 7200 from the Ministry of Irrigation, 145860 from the Ministry of Agriculture, 2760 from the Ministry of Animal Husbandry, 3480 from the Cooperative Ministry, 5400 from the Ministry of Industry, 2160 from the Ministry of Electricity, 1740 from the Secondary Education System, 1740 from the Basic Education System, 3600 from the Technical Education System, 13560 from the Higher Education System, 1800 from the Ministry of Labor, 7200 from the Ministry of Health , 1800 from the Ministry of Transport, 96276 from the Horticultural Office, 4440 from the Police Office, 18849 from the Ministry of Silk, 9480 from the Ministry of Railways, 4440 from the Ministry of Defense, 5400 from the Housing Department. On that occasion, the Chief Development Officer, Chief Revenue Officer, District Development Officer, DFO, Chief Medical Officer, District School Inspector, Senior Treasury Officer, District Agriculture Officer, District Panchayat Raj Officer, all the Deputy District Judges, etc. were present.

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