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Tree plantation campaign begins at Wangjing; Tree saplings planted at Tekcham, Bal Vidya Mandir

 Source: The Sangai Express

Thoubal/Imphal, August 18 2019: Badminton Lamjing Lup (BLL), Wangjing launched mass tree plantation campaign at Wangjing Hodamba Laibung today to counter the changing climatic condition on earth and the global warming to some extent. BLL Wangjing in association with various Clubs and locals of Wangjing will plant trees in the region on massive scale and will take care of the tree saplings so that they can grow to full maturity, said L Boy, member of BLL. Members of Eastern Social Welfare Youth Club (ESWYC) Hodamba, Wangjing Heitupokpi United Progressive Union (WHUPU), distinguished personalities and public took part on the first day of the campaign. On the other hand, a tree plantation drive organized by Forest Dept together with SDAU Tekcham was conducted at Tekcham High School playground in Thoubal district today in the presence of Principal, Khongjom Standard English School, L Samananda Singh; AE PWD, Th Komolo Singh; Deputy Ranger, Thoubal Forest Division, M Biren Singh; Secy SDAU Tekcham, L Rosan Singh and Honarary Wildlife Warden, Thoubal Forest Division, W Ramchandra Singh.
Members of PSO Tekcham, students and locals also took part in the drive. Regarding the plantation drive, Principal Khongjom Standard English School, L Samananda Singh said that the tree plantation drive was conducted to fight the present drastic change in climatic condition to some extent which is caused by large scale deforestation across the globe including Manipur. Such tree plantation drive will educate the public about the significance of planting trees in fight against global warming and hope that the future generation may develop the habit of planting more trees to preserve the nature, he added.