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Forest Deptt conducts series of plantation drives under one beat guard one village Programme
8/5/2022 11:41:45 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Aug 5: A plantation drive under the theme "One Beat Guard One Village" programme conducted at village Channi of channi-A. Sh. Rakesh Kumar, Sarpanch Panchyat Channi-A PRI's members along with large number of locals took part in the drive. Abdul Ghani Beat Guard Dharamsal conducted the drive with the help of Block Forest Officer Dharamsal Sh. Ved Parkash and other staff members, number of fruit, medicinal and fodder plants were planted on the occasion. Plants and seed balls of different species were also distributed among the participants. The Sarpanche PRI'member and general public of the area lauded the efforts of Forest department for increasing the green cover of the area and thanked Sh.Vivek Verma IFS Conservator of Forests West Circle Rajouri , Neelima Shah IFS Divisional Forest Officer Nowshera and Rakesh Verma Range Officer Sunderbani for organizing these plantation drives for creation of awareness among the villagers about the importance of forest, soil and it's direct relation with the rainfall and other climatic factors which directly influence the farm productivity.
The whole drives were conducted under the direct supervision of Sh. Vivek Verma IFS Conservator of Forests West Circle Rajouri and Neelima Shah IFS Divisional Forest Officer Nowshera.
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