Public facilities – 40 lakh seedlings were planted on the first day of the campaign

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Shahjahanpur. About 40 lakh seedlings were planted in the district on Sunday as part of the 30 billion tree plantation mass movement in 2021. A goal has been set to plant 48.77 lakh seedlings here. Around 80 percent of the goal was achieved on the first day. Jitendra Kumar, the knot officer and chief secretary who came from Lucknow to take part in the plantation campaign, inspected Pranavayu Park established by the Cantt area forestry department.
Node Officer Jitendra Kumar inspected the plantation work at the Rural Development Department in Chandapur, Gram Panchayat of the Dadraul Development Block. The plantation was carried out together with DM Indian Vikram Singh, ADM Administration Ramsevak Dwivedi and Magistrate Rajesh Kumar. The chief secretary inspected the command center set up in the DFO office to monitor the plantation, which is operated by the forestry department and various other departments. Information on plantation progress from Divisional Forest Officer Adarsh ​​Kumar.
Knot officer Jitendra Kumar inspected the memorial forest at Jalpa Devi Temple in Sehramau Village. On that occasion, he said that the planting of rosewood, teak, jamun, drumstick, mango and other fertile and ornamental plants is carried out with full preparation from different departments. The aim is to complete the plantation work by 6 p.m. on Sunday. In addition, the plantation carried out by other departments was also monitored. On that occasion, DFO Adarsh, District Earth and Number Officer Babulal and other officers were present.
People’s representatives also planted Yika
Public representatives also planted seedlings during Van Mahotsav Week. Manvendra Singh, MLA of the Dadraul area, gave a message to the public to increase the greenery by planting seedlings in Bamrauli Village, Madnapur Block and former Panchayat District President Ajay Pratap Yadav, Bhatpura Rasulpur Village, Sindhauli Block.
In the plantation program, MLA Manvendra Singh instructed area managers and village level workers to take regular care of the saplings that were planted to protect them. On this occasion, Block Development Officer Prahlad Singh, Mahesh Pal Singh, Anand Pratap, Avnish Singh, Manoj Prajapati, Hemraj Maurya, Pramod Kashyap, Harjit Singh Chauhan, Dharampal Rathore, Dhanveer Singh, Ranjit Kumar, Sarvesh Mishra, etc. to be present.
On the other hand, in Bhatpura Rasulpur in the Sidhauli area, the former president of the Panchayat district Ajay Pratap Yadav and the block development officer Shri Krishna Pandey jointly planted seedlings among the Hariyali Yojana. On this occasion, village head Anil Kumar Gupta announced that since June 5th, 2500 saplings of different species had been planted in the village. He said that all the houses, including the eight main towns in the village, would be planted with ornamental plants on the platforms and after a few months the whole village would be green and filled with flowers. BJP employee Sonu Arora planted seedlings in the Cantt area.

Shahjahanpur. About 40 lakh seedlings were planted in the district on Sunday as part of the 30 billion tree plantation mass movement in 2021. A goal has been set to plant 48.77 lakh seedlings here. Around 80 percent of the goal was achieved on the first day. Jitendra Kumar, the knot officer and chief secretary who came from Lucknow to take part in the plantation campaign, inspected Pranavayu Park established by the Cantt area forestry department.

Node Officer Jitendra Kumar inspected the plantation work at the Rural Development Department in Chandapur, Gram Panchayat of the Dadraul Development Block. The plantation was carried out together with DM Indian Vikram Singh, ADM Administration Ramsevak Dwivedi and Magistrate Rajesh Kumar. The chief secretary inspected the command center set up in the DFO office to monitor the plantation, which is operated by the forestry department and various other departments. Information on plantation progress from Divisional Forest Officer Adarsh ​​Kumar.

Knot officer Jitendra Kumar inspected the memorial forest at Jalpa Devi Temple in Sehramau Village. On that occasion, he said that the planting of rosewood, teak, jamun, drumstick, mango and other fertile and ornamental plants is carried out with full preparation from different departments. The aim is to complete the plantation work by 6 p.m. on Sunday. In addition, the plantation carried out by other departments was also monitored. On that occasion, DFO Adarsh, District Earth and Number Officer Babulal and other officers were present.

People’s representatives also planted Yika

Public representatives also planted seedlings during Van Mahotsav Week. Manvendra Singh, MLA of the Dadraul area, gave a message to the public to increase the greenery by planting seedlings in Bamrauli Village, Madnapur Block and former Panchayat District President Ajay Pratap Yadav, Bhatpura Rasulpur Village, Sindhauli Block.

In the plantation program, MLA Manvendra Singh instructed area managers and village level workers to take regular care of the saplings that were planted to protect them. On this occasion, Block Development Officer Prahlad Singh, Mahesh Pal Singh, Anand Pratap, Avnish Singh, Manoj Prajapati, Hemraj Maurya, Pramod Kashyap, Harjit Singh Chauhan, Dharampal Rathore, Dhanveer Singh, Ranjit Kumar, Sarvesh Mishra, etc. to be present.

On the other hand, in Bhatpura Rasulpur in the Sidhauli area, the former president of the Panchayat district Ajay Pratap Yadav and the block development officer Shri Krishna Pandey jointly planted seedlings among the Hariyali Yojana. On this occasion, village head Anil Kumar Gupta announced that since June 5th, 2500 saplings of different species had been planted in the village. He said that all the houses, including the eight main towns in the village, would be planted with ornamental plants on the platforms and after a few months the whole village would be green and filled with flowers. BJP employee Sonu Arora planted seedlings in the Cantt area.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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