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Ankur Abhiyan: Plantation Will Remove Oxygen Shortage, Future Generations Will Be Safe

by News Monks

State Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s resolve to make plantation a mass movement has to be given the form of a great campaign through public participation. This campaign will bring greenery in every village. That is, the plants will be ready. The state government has decided that with the cooperation of citizens, community, government departments and voluntary organizations, maximum number of plantation drives will be carried out from March 1 to 5. With this campaign, there will be greenery in every village.






Collector Anoop Kumar Singh planted 5 saplings of different species, on

Tuesday, before the Ankur Abhiyan scheme, went to the village Choti Borgaon nursery of the district and planted 5 saplings of different species of mango. During this, the officials said that the lack of oxygen will be overcome by plantation. Future generations will be safe. The collector assured the nursery staff to take care of them. The collector inspected the nursery. During this, the collector inquired about the income of various species including plants prepared and their sale and cost. The Collector asked Deputy Director Horticulture Raju Badwaya to develop more different types of plants in the nursery.

Planting of Ashoka saplings in Jap Complex Khandwa

The Collector urged that all persons must plant saplings at their establishments between March 1 and 5. Let us know the number of plants. During this, the Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Nanda Bhalwe also planted a mango tree. The Collector also inquired about the works being done by MNREGA and gave instructions to speed up the works. Apart from this, under the Ankur Abhiyan scheme, the Chief Executive Officer of the District Panchayat planted Ashoka saplings in the District Panchayat Complex, Khandwa.

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