The Gayatri family made a tree by planting seedlings

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Take care of 300 trees by celebrating a birthday every year
Lakhimpur Kheri. On Sunday, the birthday of more than 300 seedlings planted by the people of the Gayatri family under Vriksha Ganga Abhiyan was celebrated. The residents of Gayatri Parivar Mahila Mandal and Haritima Yuva Mandal celebrated the birthday of the trees with rituals of worship.
Anurag Maurya said that the fifth anniversary of the fertile, flowering and decorative plants planted on both sides of the 800 meter long road was celebrated as far as the village of Uchgaon Mahatopurwa in the Dhaurahara block. These seedlings were planted under the Taruputra Mahayagya five years ago on July 3rd. This connecting road was called Vriksha Ganga Marg. He said that the villagers adopted these plants in the form of taruputra together with Haritima Yuva Mandal and took care of and cultivated them daily. Women from the Gayatri family, including Saurabh Verma, Amarnath Verma from Yuva Mandal, were present.
On the other hand, the Rotary Club Lakhimpur Central and Rotract Club Lakhimpur Central jointly conducted free medical examinations by providing food to the elderly in the Salempur Kon retirement home. Medicines, masks, fruit and sweets were also given. 101 seedlings were planted in Chehamalpur during Sadbhavna week. Harsh Gupta, Mudit Gupta, Akanksha Agarwal, Srijan Gupta, Rashmi Mukesh, Mukesh Saxena, Shawal Gupta, Sanjay Agarwal etc. were present.
BDO is committed to protecting trees and plants
BDO Amit Singh started the plantation campaign in Panchayat Bakkhari and Wazir Nagar of the Bankeganj block area. 500 women from self-help groups planted 500 shade and fruit trees. The BDO has committed itself to protecting the trees and plants. In addition, detailed information about the advantages of trees and plants was given. Said that after planting seedlings, the biggest responsibility is to protect them, which everyone should do. ADO Panchayat Inderjit Singh, VDO Jagatpal, Ananya Singh, APO Amar Prasad, Bijendra Awasthi etc. were present. conversation
The Forestry Department and Rotary Club plant seedlings
Paliyakalan. The Ministry of Forestry and the Rotary Club jointly planted seedlings on the Ramlila Mela Ground. Dozens of fruit and shade trees have been planted in it. On behalf of the Rotary Club SDO of the Ministry of Forestry, Dilip Srivastava, Ranger Ramesh Chandra Maurya, Deputy Ranger Shivbabu Saroj, Sandeep Bansal, Prashant Barnwal, Ritesh Garg, Gagan Mishra etc. were present. conversation
The MP planted a tree by laying the foundation stone for the road
Lakhimpur Kheri. Kheri MP Ajay Mishra Teni took about 100 meters from Sanjay Mishra’s house to the house of the late Jagdish Prasad Bajpai on Mohalla Gandhinagar Devkali Road of Gram Sabha Suagada and 70 meters from the front of Santosh Shrivastava’s house to Mahesh Mishra’s house on either side of the interlocking road . He laid the foundation stone for the construction of the canal. The estimated construction cost for both roads is Rs 12 lakh. Sadar MLA Yogesh Verma, MP representative Arvind Singh etc. were present. On the other hand, MP and Sadar MLA Yogesh Verma planted saplings under the Shardanagar Mountains in the Bednapur Central Cooperative near Pilibhit Basti Marg in the Ministry of Forestry program. Forest staff including Divisional Forest Officer Sameer Kumar were present. conversation
Plantation in the Bijua Police Station
Scarecrow. Under the direction of the station chief Hariom Srivastava, SI Vinod Yadav, SI Suresh Kumar and all police personnel pledged to take care of them by planting 300 trees with mango, neem, jamun, peepal, drumstick etc. in the police station premises.
Trees and plants are our priceless heritage: MLA
Mohammed. MLA Lokendra Pratap, the main guest of the Van Mahotsav program in Rajapur Beni village, said that plants are our priceless heritage. MLA Lokendra Pratap Singh and Ranger planted seedlings in the Rajapur Village Higher Secondary Junior School. Ranger Mobin Ali informed about environmental protection and told about the advantages of it. In addition to Rohit Srivastava, Ram, Dinesh Verma, Rajesh, Nakshatra, Manoj Gupta etc. were also present.
The planting also took place in the instrument cooperative
Three. At around 10 a.m. on Sunday, the District Cooperative Bank director planted five seedlings at the Sahaan Co-operative Society. Nabi Ahmed Satish Singh Pankaj Mishra Happy Kanchal was present. conversation
The station manager also planted seedlings
Pasgwan. In order to protect the environment, police officers, including the responsible inspector Adarsh ​​Kumar Singh, planted seedlings of many species, including mango, jamun, jackfruit and guava on the Kotwali site, while Chairman Nasreen planted in the gaushala of Nagar Panchayat in Berber, which is under construction Bano and Executive Officer Sapna Bhardwaj have planted seedlings for conversation

Take care of 300 trees by celebrating a birthday every year

Lakhimpur Kheri. On Sunday, the birthday of more than 300 seedlings planted by the people of the Gayatri family under Vriksha Ganga Abhiyan was celebrated. The residents of Gayatri Parivar Mahila Mandal and Haritima Yuva Mandal celebrated the birthday of the trees with rituals of worship.

Anurag Maurya said that the fifth anniversary of the fertile, flowering and decorative plants planted on both sides of the 800 meter long road was celebrated as far as the village of Uchgaon Mahatopurwa in the Dhaurahara block. These seedlings were planted under the Taruputra Mahayagya five years ago on July 3rd. This connecting road was called Vriksha Ganga Marg. He said that the villagers adopted these plants in the form of taruputra together with Haritima Yuva Mandal and took care of and cultivated them daily. Women from the Gayatri family, including Saurabh Verma, Amarnath Verma from Yuva Mandal, were present.

On the other hand, the Rotary Club Lakhimpur Central and Rotract Club Lakhimpur Central jointly conducted free medical examinations by providing food to the elderly in the Salempur Kon retirement home. Medicines, masks, fruit and sweets were also given. 101 seedlings were planted in Chehamalpur during Sadbhavna week. Harsh Gupta, Mudit Gupta, Akanksha Agarwal, Srijan Gupta, Rashmi Mukesh, Mukesh Saxena, Shawal Gupta, Sanjay Agarwal etc. were present.

BDO is committed to protecting trees and plants

BDO Amit Singh started the plantation campaign in Panchayat Bakkhari and Wazir Nagar of the Bankeganj block area. 500 women from self-help groups planted 500 shade and fruit trees. The BDO has committed itself to protecting the trees and plants. In addition, detailed information about the advantages of trees and plants was given. Said that after planting seedlings, the biggest responsibility is to protect them, which everyone should do. ADO Panchayat Inderjit Singh, VDO Jagatpal, Ananya Singh, APO Amar Prasad, Bijendra Awasthi etc. were present. conversation

The Forestry Department and Rotary Club plant seedlings

Paliyakalan. The Ministry of Forestry and the Rotary Club jointly planted seedlings on the Ramlila Mela Ground. Dozens of fruit and shade trees have been planted in it. On behalf of the Rotary Club SDO of the Ministry of Forestry, Dilip Srivastava, Ranger Ramesh Chandra Maurya, Deputy Ranger Shivbabu Saroj, Sandeep Bansal, Prashant Barnwal, Ritesh Garg, Gagan Mishra etc. were present. conversation

The MP planted a tree by laying the foundation stone for the road

Lakhimpur Kheri. Kheri MP Ajay Mishra Teni took about 100 meters from Sanjay Mishra’s house to the house of the late Jagdish Prasad Bajpai on Mohalla Gandhinagar Devkali Road of Gram Sabha Suagada and 70 meters from the front of Santosh Shrivastava’s house to Mahesh Mishra’s house on either side of the interlocking road . He laid the foundation stone for the construction of the canal. The estimated construction cost for both roads is Rs 12 lakh. Sadar MLA Yogesh Verma, MP representative Arvind Singh etc. were present. On the other hand, MP and Sadar MLA Yogesh Verma planted saplings under the Shardanagar Mountains in the Bednapur Central Cooperative near Pilibhit Basti Marg in the Ministry of Forestry program. Forest staff including Divisional Forest Officer Sameer Kumar were present. conversation

Plantation in the Bijua Police Station

Scarecrow. Under the direction of the station chief Hariom Srivastava, SI Vinod Yadav, SI Suresh Kumar and all police personnel pledged to take care of them by planting 300 trees with mango, neem, jamun, peepal, drumstick etc. in the police station premises.

Trees and plants are our priceless heritage: MLA

Mohammed. MLA Lokendra Pratap, the main guest of the Van Mahotsav program in Rajapur Beni village, said that plants are our priceless heritage. MLA Lokendra Pratap Singh and Ranger planted seedlings in the Rajapur Village Higher Secondary Junior School. Ranger Mobin Ali informed about environmental protection and told about the advantages of it. In addition to Rohit Srivastava, Ram, Dinesh Verma, Rajesh, Nakshatra, Manoj Gupta etc. were also present.

The planting also took place in the instrument cooperative

Three. At around 10 a.m. on Sunday, the District Cooperative Bank director planted five seedlings at the Sahaan Co-operative Society. Nabi Ahmed Satish Singh Pankaj Mishra Happy Kanchal was present. conversation

The station manager also planted seedlings

Pasgwan. In order to protect the environment, police officers, including the responsible inspector Adarsh ​​Kumar Singh, planted seedlings of many species, including mango, jamun, jackfruit and guava on the Kotwali site, while Chairman Nasreen planted in the gaushala of Nagar Panchayat in Berber, which is under construction Bano and Executive Officer Sapna Bhardwaj have planted seedlings for conversation

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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