CHANDIGARH: With a view to clear atmosphere and improve greenery in Punjab, 15 lakh saplings would be distributed free of cost to the individuals of the state through the 12 months 2021-22 under the ‘Ghar-Ghar Haryali’ scheme.
Disclosing this right here as we speak Punjab Forest Minister Sadhu Singh Dharmsot stated that the division has set a goal of distributing 15 lakh saplings free of cost through the 12 months 2021-2022. He stated that these saplings would be ready in authorities nurseries. He stated that the work of filling the baggage and getting ready the saplings was in progress.
The Forest Minister stated that the Punjab authorities has been working tirelessly for the final 4 years to deliver clear atmosphere and greenery within the state. He stated that over the past 10 months, 3.6 lakh saplings had been equipped to the residents of the state by the web app ‘I Hariali’.
Dharmsot stated that 76.25 lakh saplings had been planted in 12986 villages in reference to the 550th delivery anniversary celebrations of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji. He additional stated that the state authorities had additionally arrange 432 ‘Nanak Bagichis’ throughout the state to commemorate the 550th delivery anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev ji. ‘With these inexperienced cowl campaigns Guru Sahib’s message concerning the atmosphere might additionally be changed into a floor actuality’, stated Dharmsot.
The Forest Minister stated that the state authorities has launched a complete marketing campaign this 12 months on the event of the delivery anniversary of Sri Guru Teg Bahadur ji. Under this marketing campaign thus far 66 lakh saplings have been planted in 6986 villages of the state and work in remaining villages is under progress.
Dharmsot stated that 2.45 crore saplings have been planted by the state authorities over the past 4 years under numerous schemes /campaigns. He additionally stated that the federal government was not restricted to planting saplings however was additionally working tirelessly to guarantee the upkeep of the planted saplings.