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Cleaning on both sides of the track in four days, fertile plants are planted
Meerut. The ongoing exercise to rejuvenate the Kali River over a two-kilometer stretch will continue. As of June 22nd, at the start of this campaign from the hands of Commissioner Surendra Singh, the villagers join in on the head. Both parts of the route are cleaned within four days. Cleanliness and water are now visible on both sides of the 250 meter long bridge. A plan is now also being prepared to plant seedlings on both sides. Fruit trees are to be planted here.
Chief Development Officer Shashank Choudhary and District Development Officer Digvijay Nath Tiwari inspect and record reports once a day. In this work, the work is done by the daily employment of MGNREGA employees. The tax office team continuously measures the part of two kilometers. Because of this, there should be no problems with planting. Instructions were given to the pollution control department to prepare seedlings from the nursery.
Border of three villages
In this two-kilometer section, the border between three villages falls. It includes the villages of Bhavanpur, Medpur and Chhilora. The people of these three villages are made aware that the Kali River can be cleaned up. Here, too, in the villages, water from pipe wells comes red. – Rustam Ali Saifi, Head, Bhawanpur
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Our endeavor is to make it clean in two kilometers. We’ll take care of it tomorrow morning. This time, with everyone’s effort, the river is being cleared. We will continue to strive to sensitize the villagers in the future. – Islamuddin, leader, Medpur-Gaondi
Neem plant planted at Cantt train station
Meerut. Dr. Vipin Kumar, chief section engineer of the butt welding facility at the station, has built a neem facility. He said that everyone should plant such seedlings around themselves. You have to come forward and try it yourself. He is constantly engaged in social services. At the same time, they do this work in advance every year on the plantation.

Cleaning on both sides of the track in four days, fertile plants are planted

Meerut. The ongoing exercise to rejuvenate the Kali River over a two-kilometer stretch will continue. As of June 22nd, at the start of this campaign from the hands of Commissioner Surendra Singh, the villagers join in on the head. Both parts of the route are cleaned within four days. Cleanliness and water are now visible on both sides of the 250 meter long bridge. A plan is now also being prepared to plant seedlings on both sides. Fruit trees are to be planted here.

Chief Development Officer Shashank Choudhary and District Development Officer Digvijay Nath Tiwari inspect and record reports once a day. In this work, the work is done by the daily employment of MGNREGA employees. The tax office team continuously measures the part of two kilometers. Because of this, there shouldn’t be any problems with planting. Instructions were given to the pollution control department to prepare seedlings from the nursery.

Border of three villages

In this two-kilometer section, the border between three villages falls. It includes the villages of Bhavanpur, Medpur and Chhilora. The people of these three villages are made aware that the Kali River can be cleaned up. Here, too, in the villages, water from pipe wells comes red. – Rustam Ali Saifi, Head, Bhawanpur

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Our endeavor is to make it clean in two kilometers. We’ll take care of it tomorrow morning. This time, with everyone’s effort, the river is being cleared. We will continue to strive to sensitize the villagers in the future. – Islamuddin, leader, Medpur-Gaondi

Neem plant planted at Cantt train station

Meerut. Dr. Vipin Kumar, chief section engineer of the butt welding facility at the station, has built a neem facility. He said that everyone should plant such seedlings around themselves. You have to come forward and try it yourself. He is constantly engaged in social services. At the same time, they do this work in advance every year on the plantation.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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