Saturday, November 17, 2018
News

Week-long 'Van Mahotsav' in Nanded from July 1

   SocialTwist Tell-a-Friend    Print this Page   COMMENT

Nanded | Tuesday, Apr 26 2016 IST
To inculcate habit of conservation of environment amongst the people, the district administration has organised 'Van Mahotsav' (festival of plantation) from July one to seven.

On July one, 7.91 lakh saplings will be planted, informed district collector Suresh Kakani today.

He addressed the district level meeting of officers and employees of various departments organised at Shankarrao Chavan Niyojan Bhavan, where various officers wear present including the chief executive officer of Zilla Parishad Abhimanyu Kale, assistant collector Ravindra Binwade and many others.

Underlining the need of plantation of trees, Mr Kakani said that to mitigate the intensity of environmental change, to tackle the problem of drought, of heavy rainfall and of global warming, it was necessary to conserve the environment by planting and nourishing trees in the country.

To make the Mahotsav a grand success, saplings will be planted at various places including in the premises of the University, colleges, schools, the industrial training institutes, hospitals, industries, courts, gram panchayats and hospitals, he added.

The collector appealed to the concerned officers of the administration to take care of the saplings to be planted in their premises.

Target of planting saplings has been set including 4.80 lakh saplings will be planted by the forest department, 15,000 by the social forestry department, 10,000 by the Forest Development Corporation and 2.86 lakh by various other departments, he stated.UNI XR SS SB AN2302

-- (UNI) -- C-1-DL0169-702601.Xml

 
  LATEST COMMENTS (0)
POST YOUR COMMENT
Comments Not Available
 
POST YOUR COMMENT
 
 
TRENDING TOPICS
 
 
CITY NEWS
MORE CITIES
 
 
INDIA WORLD ASIA
Kerala CM condemns attack on Manik Sarka...
Tript Bajwa questions Badal why Takht Ja...
Muslims are here by choice, not by chanc...
Hindu group calls for shutdown in Kerala...
Separatist shutdown in Kashmir Valley ag...
Himachal reels under severe cold after s...
More...    
 
 Top Stories
Muslims are here by choice, not by ... 
Tript Bajwa questions Badal why Tak... 
Amarinder ridicules Badal for tryin... 
PM Modi arrives Male to attend swea... 
Fire breaks out at restaurant, no c... 
People in Pink city unhappy with Va... 
Joint & Bone Care Hospital (JBCH) O... 
Uproar in Odisha Assembly over Min...