Plantation – 30 lakh seedlings were planted to make the earth green

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Under the Van Mahotsav, more than 30 lakh seedlings were planted on Sunday on the first day of the massive plantation program in the district. Public Works Department Chief Secretary Nitin Ramesh Gokarn and District Judge Chandra Bhushan Singh started Jan Andolan 2021 by planting seedlings in Smriti Vatika and the Medicinal Garden at Circuit House Complex, Mangalam Cement and Upper Gang Canal Kasimpur Road. In addition, 6,000 seedlings were planted in the UPSIDC industrial area.
During this campaign, which started at 7am on Sunday morning, fertile, medicinal and shady plants such as arjun, kanji, bakandh, shisham, guava, jamun, peepal were planted. The main event took place near the Kasimpur Bridge. Smriti Van was founded in an area of ​​one hectare by planting 13,750 seedlings here. Here people can plant seedlings for birthdays, wedding anniversaries and in memory of loved ones. In addition, a healing garden was created. 3000 seedlings were planted in the CDF Complex Chherat and Mangalam Cement Complex in Jawan, Development Block. Chief Secretary PWD Nitin Ramesh Gokarn also spoke about the properties of drumstick, kadamba and amaltas plants and their usefulness during planting. In particular, on expressways, federal and state roads, a green belt is provided between the service strips on the roadside. He said trees should be planted on the land of Gram Panchayats so that the villagers’ incomes can be increased. Geotagging of plantation locations should be done.
The district judge asked the population to plant a sapling. Diwakar Vashistha, Divisional Director of Social Forestry, announced that 36.62 lakh seedlings will be planted in the district during Van Mahotsav on July 7th. On Sunday, around 85 percent of the seedlings were planted on polling lines and geo-tagged. Ankit Khandelwal, Chief Development Officer, Aditi Sharma, Forest Conservator, PD Sachin Kumar, SDM Kol Kunwar Bahadur Singh, Executive Engineer LonV Anil Kumar Sharma, Jai Gopal Pandey and other officers participated in the program.

Under the Van Mahotsav, more than 30 lakh seedlings were planted on Sunday on the first day of the massive plantation program in the district. Public Works Department Chief Secretary Nitin Ramesh Gokarn and District Judge Chandra Bhushan Singh started Jan Andolan 2021 by planting seedlings in Smriti Vatika and the Medicinal Garden at Circuit House Complex, Mangalam Cement and Upper Gang Canal Kasimpur Road. In addition, 6,000 seedlings were planted in the UPSIDC industrial area.

During this campaign, which started at 7am on Sunday morning, fertile, medicinal and shady plants such as arjun, kanji, bakandh, shisham, guava, jamun, peepal were planted. The main event took place near the Kasimpur Bridge. Smriti Van was founded in an area of ​​one hectare by planting 13,750 seedlings here. Here people can plant seedlings for birthdays, wedding anniversaries and in memory of loved ones. In addition, a healing garden was created. 3000 seedlings were planted in the CDF Complex Chherat and Mangalam Cement Complex in the Jawan development block. Chief Secretary PWD Nitin Ramesh Gokarn also spoke about the properties of drumstick, kadamba and amaltas plants and their usefulness during planting. A green belt was set up between the service strips on the side of the road, particularly on expressways, federal and state roads. He said trees should be planted on the land of Gram Panchayats so that the villagers’ incomes can be increased. Geotagging of plantation locations should be done.

The district judge asked the population to plant a sapling. Diwakar Vashistha, Divisional Director of Social Forestry, announced that 36.62 lakh seedlings will be planted in the district during Van Mahotsav on July 7th. On Sunday, around 85 percent of the seedlings were planted on polling lines and geo-tagged. Ankit Khandelwal, Chief Development Officer, Aditi Sharma, Forest Conservator, PD Sachin Kumar, SDM Kol Kunwar Bahadur Singh, Executive Engineer LonV Anil Kumar Sharma, Jai Gopal Pandey and other officers participated in the program.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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