AP: IFSOWA organizes Panchavati plantation program successfully
Indian Forest Service’s Officers’ Wives Association (IFSOWA) Andhra Pradesh President, AP PCCF Mr. N. Prateep Kumar’s wife Ms. N. Prasuna said that the only way for the human to survive is to grow plants.
As part of the National Vana Mahotsav, a large number of members led by Prasuna, President of the Association, participated in the Panchavati plantation programme organized in Mangalagiri Nagaravanam today. Maredu, Usiri, Marri, Ravi. Plants like Sita Ashoka are planted.
Afterwards, Prasuna, who was the chief guest, said that under the auspices of their organization, plants are being widely planted. Greenery is provides a healthy environment for future generations by growing plants in their respective neighborhoods and open spaces so that tranquillity as well as health is good.
In Andhra Pradesh too, crores of saplings are being planted under the auspices of the forest department, she recalled.
In addition to planting plants, we all have a responsibility to protect them. She hoped that with the participation of the people along with the government in the matter of greenery enhancement in AP, good results would come.
Ms. Neeru Khajuria, General secretary of the association, said the planting of Panchavati plants would improve many health problems. The event was attended by Sarika Gupta, Vinita Jha, Usha Singh, Kalpana Nayak, Shobha Chalapathi, Parveen and others.