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Forest Division commemorates Guru Ravi Dass Jayanti with grand plantation drive
2/24/2024 9:47:01 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Feb 24: In a heartening display of environmental consciousness and community spirit, Nowshera Forest Division celebrated Guru Ravi Dass Jayanti with a grand plantation drive held at the Guru Ravi Dass Temple within the Thandapani Sunderbani Forest Range.
Led by Rangeel Singh, Block Forest Officer, and meticulously supervised by Sandeep Kumar, Conservator of Forests, West Circle Rajouri, the initiative witnessed enthusiastic participation from staff members and local communities alike.
The event, graced by the esteemed presence of Ms. Shweta Deonia, Divisional Forest Officer Nowshera, and Dr. Rakesh Verma, Range Forest Officer Sunderbani, served as a beacon of environmental stewardship and communal harmony.
Participants eagerly planted a diverse array of saplings, symbolizing their collective commitment to environmental sustainability and biodiversity conservation. Their efforts contributed significantly to greening the surroundings and fostering ecological balance within the region.
Addressing the gathering, Rangeel Singh expressed heartfelt gratitude to all participants for their dedicated involvement, emphasizing the pivotal role of such initiatives in promoting environmental awareness and responsibility.
Sandeep Kumar, Conservator of Forests, West Circle Rajouri, applauded the collaborative spirit exhibited by the team, stressing the importance of concerted action in achieving environmental conservation objectives.
Ms. Shweta Deonia, Divisional Forest Officer Nowshera, underscored the Nowshera Forest Division's holistic approach to addressing environmental challenges, calling for sustained efforts in this noble endeavor.
Dr. Rakesh Verma, Range Forest Officer Sunderbani, highlighted the crucial role of community engagement in safeguarding natural resources, encouraging continued participation in similar initiatives.
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