Telangana: Everyone’s a social responsibility to promote the environment and greenery: Minister IK Reddy
Donate small sums to Harithanidhi
Harithanidhi deposit from all Dept’s, all branches from May
Minister for Forests and Environment Allola Indrakaran Reddy reviewing the progress of Harithanidhi with senior officials of the concerned departments.
Minister for Forests and Environment Allola Indrakaran Reddy said that the Harithanidhi (Green Fund) was set up with the intention of having a participatory and social consciousness in the Telangana Ku Harithaharam which is being ambitiously implemented by the state government. The Minister held a high-level review meeting at Aranya Bhavan on the progress of Harithanidhi and the steps being taken by the respective departments.
The minister suggested that from May, employees, public funds, businesses and students should take steps to ensure that their donations are credited to Harithanidhi. The departmental superiors were asked about the actions taken by the concerned departments so far.
All the departments want to expedite the process through internal orders and see to it that the funds are credited to Harithanidhi from the month of May.
“Rural and urban areas in Telangana are changing after the implementation of Rural and Urban Pattana Pragathi and everyone has recognized the need for greenery and sanitation,” Indrakaran Reddy said.
He said it would be possible to implement greenery programs more effectively with the participation of everyone in the community.
During the review meeting, the Special Principal Secretary, Forest Department, A. Shantikumari, PCCF & HoFF. RM Dobriyal, Department of Registrations IG V Seshadri, Higher Education Commissioner Naveen Mittal, CDMA Commissioner N Satyanarayana, GHMC Commissioner Kesh Kumar, Intermediate Education Secretary Syed Omar Jalil, Excise Director Sarfaraz Ahmed, School Education Devasena and Forest Department Additional Secretary M.S. Prashanthi, Additional PCCF Vinay Kumar, Planning Director Sriramulu, Panchayati Raj, Irrigation Department officials and other concerned officials were present.