Mega plantation campaign continues

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 05 Jul 2017 11:05:21


Staff Reporter,

On the call of Chief Minister, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, people have constantly been planting saplings and extending support in environment conservation. On Tuesday, a large number of voluntary, religious and social organisations, educational institutions, scout and guides conducted plantation drive and rooted saplings of variety of plants, especially fruit bearing trees. So far, lakhs of saplings have been planted in almost all areas of the city and people continuing the same.

Bharat Scout and Guide MP: Bharat Scout and Guide Madhya Pradesh organised plantation drive at Government Engineering College. Joint Director, School Education, Manish Verma was the chief guest of the programme.
Speaking on the occasion, he said, “We can save our environment by planting more and more trees. Plants give us fresh air and clean atmosphere.” He, on the occasion, called upon students to plant at least one plant at home.
DOC, Scout Guide, Bela Singh and DOC Flock Leader, Pushpa Pille conduced the proceedings of the programme. They also proposed vote of thanks.
Scouts and Guides of various schools of the city participated in the programme.

Sarvadharma Ekta Shakti Sangathan: Members of Sarvadharma Ekta Shakti Sangathan planted as many as 10 Neem trees in the garden situated at Income Tax Square. The members on the occasion took pledge to plant 10 Neem trees in all 89 wards of the city. They said Neem purifies our environment and protects us from pollution.
Mohit Chourasia, Raja Jain, Ayush Katia, Sanket Kesharwani, Pramesh Kesarwani, Visheh Singhi were present on the occasion.
Vikas Samiti Sneh Nagar: Members of the Vikas Samiti along with students of Saraswati Shishu Mandir, Jainagar and Madan Mahal Police Station staff planted 101 saplings at Rani Durgawati Park in Shen Nagar. They reached the park in the form of a rally.

President, Vinod Dubey informed that the colony residents with due support of various organisations would continue plantation drive during the month.
Royal Heritage Public School: Plantation drive was conducted in the campus of Royal Heritage Public School Rani Durgawati Samadhi road. Nearly 2,000 saplings were planted during the drive. Sarpanch, Village Barha, Sonu Rajak along with School Director, Tanushree Singh, Principal Kamakshi Saxena, staff and students planted saplings and took the pledge of taking care of the plants.

Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College: Teachers, employees and students of Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College planted saplings in college premises to extend support in environment conservation. Teachers and students planted 1,000 saplings under the guidance of CAS Gumar and CMS Chawla.

Principal, Dr R S Chandok, Vice President, Managing Committee, S K S Khanuja, Treasurer C G S Chhabda, President, Gurudwara Gwarighat Managing Committee, Narendra Singh, Shikha Parashar, Dr Mahendra Shukla, Dr S M Mishra, Dr Manish Shah, Dr Archana Sharma and others participated in the drive.

Mahakoshal Dealers Association (MADA): Extending support in the mega plantation drive, office bearers of MADA and automobile dealers planted as many as 5,000 saplings at MADA park in village Mangeli.
Nearly 2,000 persons planted saplings under the guidance of MADA President, Kailash Gupta, Vice President, Deepak Arora and Secretary Sachin Selat. The MADA has taken the responsibility of taking proper care of the saplings planted during the drive.

Leonard Higher Secondary School: Students of Leonard Higher Secondary School planted saplings of fruit bearing trees in Village Barha. On the occasion, they were informed about role of plants, trees in rectifying various environmental challenges like global warming, soil erosion and to maintain ecological balance.

Principal L G Lobo and nominated MLA, L B Lobo asked students to plant saplings in nearby garden or in locality on their birthday.
Members of Rotary Interact including Smriti Rajak, Muskan Yadav, Ishika Kodwani, Hardik Agrawal and others also participated in the programme.

Vihangam Yoga: Members of Vihangam Yoga Sansthan also became the part of mega plantation drive. They planted large number of saplings of fruit bearing trees in Civil Lines. District Coordinator, Jairam Singh and others said today, entire world is facing the threat of global warming. Under such condition, plantation is necessary.