Protect saplings for the green state: Errabelli

Hyderabad: Panchayat Raj and Rural Development Minister E Dayakar Rao today exhorted the officials concerned at all levels to work hard to protect the saplings planted in rural pockets and ensure the spread of greenery. He addressed a training program on Nurseries and flagship Haritha Haram program to ensure greenery in villages for the forest and other officials program at Dulapally forest academy here. The minister asked the officials to involve people, NGOs, and local businessmen and youth to ensure cleanliness and greenery in all villages and mandals. The entire state should turn out to be a green belt to route pollution and ensure more rains in future he said.

The Minister appealed to the forest officials to take up plantation drive in all villages and keep them clean and green by removing garbage. Take up the responsibility to grow greenery and ensure the plants are protected to give green look in the villages Dayakar Rao said. The minister also said that chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao aims to develop villages with all facilities by focusing on greenery for a better future. In villages Sarpanches, ward members with local leaders should take up the green drive and then protect the saplings for the green look he said. Issue notices to those responsible first and then take serious action if they failed to protect the saplings planted in the villages and towns the ministers said.

Earlier he planted a sapling at the forest academy office premises. He also made a visit to Oxygen Park built at Kandla Koya area on the outskirts of the city.

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Rao also said that only Telangana is taking up a green drive in the country and credit goes to our visionary chief minister. We are committed for the development of the villages with greenery and facilities as the responsibility will not complete by winning the polls alone he said. The entire state machinery is to involve for all-round development he added.

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