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Shravasti. A tree plantation program was organized by the 11th Corps National Disaster Response Force at the East Secondary School in Dattanagar on Monday. Meanwhile, the team commander also made a promise to the villagers to save the environment by planting different types of plants. The villagers present were also informed about the precautionary measures to be taken during the disaster.
A tree plantation program was organized at Dattanagar East Secondary School on Monday at the direction of Manoj Kumar Sharma, commander of the 11th Corps National Disaster Response Force. Meanwhile, Team Commander Dhirendra Upadhyay said that people today are exploiting natural resources with both hands. As a result, the natural balance deteriorates from day to day. The global warming problem is increasing due to the indiscriminate cutting of green trees. To avoid this, planting must be encouraged. Deputy Sub-Inspector Roshan Singh said forests are the livelihood. Life without the forest is inconceivable. Trees not only give us the air of life, but also clean air by absorbing other toxic gases, including carbon dioxide, which is widespread in nature. That is why we have to preserve the forests for a better future.
Those in attendance also received a promise to plant seedlings and save the environment. The people present planted neem, rosewood, shagons, sycamore maple and other plant species. The team commander informed the population that life jackets and household items such as plastic bottles, plastic cans and dried coconuts were saved from drowning in the water in order to avoid flooding. Also, in a medical emergency, to bring people from rural areas to wear, to check blood, to resuscitate the heart. Also told about first aid for the injured during the disaster. On this occasion Principal Dangali Prasad, Sachin Subhash Singh, Gayatri Devi, Preeti Pandey, Nitesh Sharma, Vandana Sharma, Nand Kumar, Poonam Pandey etc. were present.

Shravasti. A tree plantation program was organized by the 11th Corps National Disaster Response Force at the East Secondary School in Dattanagar on Monday. Meanwhile, the team commander also made a promise to the villagers to save the environment by planting different types of plants. The villagers present were also informed about the precautionary measures to be taken during the disaster.

A tree plantation program was organized at Dattanagar East Secondary School on Monday at the direction of Manoj Kumar Sharma, commander of the 11th Corps National Disaster Response Force. Meanwhile, Team Commander Dhirendra Upadhyay said that people today are exploiting natural resources with both hands. As a result, the natural balance deteriorates from day to day. The global warming problem is increasing due to the indiscriminate cutting of green trees. To avoid this, planting must be encouraged. Deputy Sub-Inspector Roshan Singh said forests are the livelihood. Life without the forest is inconceivable. Trees not only give us the air of life, but also clean air by absorbing other toxic gases, including carbon dioxide, which is widespread in nature. That is why we have to preserve the forests for a better future.

Those in attendance also received a promise to plant seedlings and save the environment. The people present planted neem, rosewood, shagons, sycamore maple and other plant species. The team commander informed the population that life jackets and household items such as plastic bottles, plastic cans and dried coconuts were saved from drowning in the water in order to avoid flooding. Also, in a medical emergency, to bring people from rural areas to wear, to check blood, to resuscitate the heart. Also told about first aid for the injured during the disaster. On this occasion Principal Dangali Prasad, Sachin Subhash Singh, Gayatri Devi, Preeti Pandey, Nitesh Sharma, Vandana Sharma, Nand Kumar, Poonam Pandey etc. were present.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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