Seedlings planted on World Environment Day, oath of protection taken

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Kanpur landscape. On the initiative of the Forestry Office, on the occasion of World Environment Day on Saturday, seedlings were planted in the DM housing complex and in the Ökopark. People took an oath for their safety by planting seedlings in places like Kumbhi, Jhinjhak, Shivli, etc. in Akbarpur.
In DM residence, DM JP Singh and his wife planted five saplings of Ashok, Jamun, Mango, Tamarind and Amla. DFO Ashok Chandra and other staff were present here. At the same time DM, SP Keshav Kumar Chaudhary, CDO Soumya Pandey etc. planted six saplings of Ashok, Jamun, Mango, Tamarind, Amla and Gulmohar in Maati Eco Park. Here the DM said that there is life on earth only because of the green.
In order to increase the amount of green on earth, everyone should have a responsibility to plant and protect trees. Here ADM Administration Pankaj Verma and ADM Finance and Revenue Sahib etc. Quality Manager Shipra Kanojia planted Parijat, Bottle Palm and Peepal seedlings in the waste disposal facility in Kumbhi. The project leaders Basant Kumar, Devendra Singh, Rahul Rai, Lokesh Teja, Ishaan Sonkar were present.
The princes also planted seedlings to increase the greenery
Hesitate. In the presence of the village chief Mahendra Yadav, five saplings with mango and guava were planted in Kamlabagh by Nassar Seda Gram Panchayat. Forest Inspector Shivam Pandey, Forest Guard Irsad Ali, Ramchandra stayed here. The Forest Inspector said those who wish to plant seedlings to add greenery can take seedlings from the Parjani and Nahili Road nursery. The grappling player Maya Kori planted a mango seedling in Khamhaila.
Shivam, a student of Kendriya Vidyalaya, planted a shady tree in Tigai. Puneet Dixit was present here. One sapling each of Mango, Neem and Peepal was planted in the Rasulabad Regional Forestry Office. Forest Ranger Arvind Shukla, Inspector Mohit Srivastava, Dinesh Singh Tomar, Sahablal and Sugar Singh were present.
Headmistress Nidhi Katiyar planted seedlings in Jalalpur Derapur of Sandalpur. Secretary Manoj Kumar Kanojia, Chairman of the Instrument Cooperative Society Vinod Katiyar, in charge of the State Seed Store, Anil Kumar Pal, were present.
Baghpur Outpost Incharge donated 101 plants
Kanpur Dehat / Shivli. On Saturday, SP Keshav Kumar Chaudhary planted an Arjuna sapling on the reserved property of the Maitha Police Station. ASP Ghanshyam Chaurasia, SDM Ramshiromani, BDO Prabhat Gupta, the responsible station leader Laxman Singh and the responsible outpost Sanjeev Singh were present. The responsible outpost in Baghpur, Avnish Kumar Verma, distributed mango saplings to 101 people.
In Maitha Tehsil, SDM, Tehsildar Ramshankar, Tehsildar Judicial Purnima Singh and Bar Association President Bhupendra Singh planted 11 seedlings. Manager Dr. Ramsharan Tiwari planted Amaltas saplings on the Rameshwar ITI campus in Shivli. Kotwal Tulsiram planted 300 seedlings including peepal, banyan, jamun, pomegranate, guava, kanji, ashoka, lemon and mulberry in the Akbarpur Kotwali complex.
Message of environmental protection through the production of a poster
Kanpur landscape. The students at Government College in Akbarpur made a poster conveying the message of environmental protection. College students painted paintings that conveyed the message of ending the use of polyethylene and increasing greening.
The college’s director, Bhuvnesh Kumar Srivastava, decided to reward Sumit Kumar, Dali, Rita Vishwakarma, and Vibha Omar for their better performance by testing the painting online. Under the direction of Dr. Neelam Maurya Assistant Professor Economics in the National Service Planning Unit created a plan to celebrate Online Environmental Awareness Month.

Kanpur landscape. On the initiative of the Forestry Office, on the occasion of World Environment Day on Saturday, seedlings were planted in the DM housing complex and in the Ökopark. People took an oath for their safety by planting seedlings in places like Kumbhi, Jhinjhak, Shivli, etc. in Akbarpur.

In DM residence, DM JP Singh and his wife planted five saplings of Ashok, Jamun, Mango, Tamarind and Amla. DFO Ashok Chandra and other staff were present here. At the same time DM, SP Keshav Kumar Chaudhary, CDO Soumya Pandey etc. planted six saplings of Ashok, Jamun, Mango, Tamarind, Amla and Gulmohar in Maati Eco Park. Here the DM said that there is life on earth only because of the green.

In order to increase the amount of green on earth, everyone should have a responsibility to plant and protect trees. Here ADM Administration Pankaj Verma and ADM Finance and Revenue Sahib etc. Quality Manager Shipra Kanojia planted Parijat, Bottle Palm and Peepal seedlings in the waste disposal facility in Kumbhi. The project leaders Basant Kumar, Devendra Singh, Rahul Rai, Lokesh Teja, Ishaan Sonkar were present.

The princes also planted seedlings to increase the greenery

Hesitate. In the presence of the village chief Mahendra Yadav, five saplings with mango and guava were planted in Kamlabagh by Nassar Seda Gram Panchayat. Forest inspector Shivam Pandey, forest ranger Irsad Ali and Ramchandra lived here. The forest inspector said those who want to plant seedlings to add greenery can take seedlings from Parjani and Nahili Road nursery. The grappling player Maya Kori planted a mango seedling in Khamhaila.

Shivam, a student of Kendriya Vidyalaya, planted a shady tree in Tigai. Puneet Dixit was present here. One sapling each of Mango, Neem and Peepal was planted in the Rasulabad Regional Forestry Office. Forest Ranger Arvind Shukla, Inspector Mohit Srivastava, Dinesh Singh Tomar, Sahablal and Sugar Singh were present.

Headmistress Nidhi Katiyar planted seedlings in Jalalpur Derapur from Sandalpur. Secretary Manoj Kumar Kanojia, Chairman of the Instrument Cooperative Society Vinod Katiyar, in charge of the State Seed Store, Anil Kumar Pal, were present.

Baghpur Outpost Incharge donated 101 plants

Kanpur Dehat / Shivli. On Saturday, SP Keshav Kumar Chaudhary planted an Arjuna sapling on the reserved property of the Maitha Police Station. ASP Ghanshyam Chaurasia, SDM Ramshiromani, BDO Prabhat Gupta, the responsible station leader Laxman Singh and the responsible outpost Sanjeev Singh were present. The responsible outpost in Baghpur, Avnish Kumar Verma, distributed mango saplings to 101 people.

In Maitha Tehsil, SDM, Tehsildar Ramshankar, Tehsildar Judicial Purnima Singh and Bar Association President Bhupendra Singh planted 11 seedlings. Manager Dr. Ramsharan Tiwari planted Amaltas saplings on the Rameshwar ITI campus in Shivli. Kotwal Tulsiram planted 300 seedlings including peepal, banyan, jamun, pomegranate, guava, kanji, ashoka, lemon and mulberry in the Akbarpur Kotwali complex.

Message of environmental protection through the production of a poster

Kanpur landscape. Akbarpur Government College students made a poster conveying the message of environmental protection. College students painted paintings that conveyed the message of ending the use of polyethylene and increasing greening.

The college’s director, Bhuvnesh Kumar Srivastava, decided to reward Sumit Kumar, Dali, Rita Vishwakarma, and Vibha Omar for their better performance by testing the painting online. Under the direction of Dr. Neelam Maurya Assistant Professor Economics in the National Service Planning Unit created a plan to celebrate Online Environmental Awareness Month.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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