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Forest minister inaugurates 69th Van Mahotsav at Rani

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BAIHATA CHARIALI, July 2 - State Environment and Forest Minister, Parimal Suklabaidya inaugurated the 69th Van Mahotsav yesterday. The function was centrally organised at Garopahar Jarashal Reserve Forest at Rani under Kamrup district by the Environment and Forest Department of the State. This year, the main objective of the Mahotsav is to plant saplings.

On the occasion, the department organised a public meeting to create awareness among the masses about the need of plantation and conservation of bio-diversity for the welfare of human beings.

Participating in the meeting as the chief guest, Suklabaidya spoke about the significance of the Mahotsav and called upon the people of the State to create a habit of planting saplings on every auspicious festival.

Attending the meeting Naba Kumar Doley, Minister of State for Environment and Forest urged the people to extend their active co-operation and support to the Forest Department of the State through massive plantation so that a healthy environment could be grown. In the programme, Chief Conservator of Forest, Divisional Forest Officer (DFO) including a number of higher officials of the department participated.

Meanwhile, North Kamrup (NK) Division of the Forest office also celebrated the Mahotsav at the Saraighat Lake park premises at Amingaon in association with Shyamalima, a wing of Rotary Club, Guwahati city. The programme was inaugurated by Kamal Kumar Baishya, Deputy Commissioner of Kamrup in presence of Chandan Bora and Dilip Deka, DFOs of NK division of forest office and social forestry, Nalbari respectively.

In the inaugural ceremony, a sapling plantation drive in the park premises was carried out by the Forest Department staff under the leadership of Nripen Kalita, ACF of NK division Forest office and Rabin Baishya, Range Officer of Sila range Forest office. Moreover, free sapling distribution programme among the people was also organised by the workers of the department.

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Forest minister inaugurates 69th Van Mahotsav at Rani

BAIHATA CHARIALI, July 2 - State Environment and Forest Minister, Parimal Suklabaidya inaugurated the 69th Van Mahotsav yesterday. The function was centrally organised at Garopahar Jarashal Reserve Forest at Rani under Kamrup district by the Environment and Forest Department of the State. This year, the main objective of the Mahotsav is to plant saplings.

On the occasion, the department organised a public meeting to create awareness among the masses about the need of plantation and conservation of bio-diversity for the welfare of human beings.

Participating in the meeting as the chief guest, Suklabaidya spoke about the significance of the Mahotsav and called upon the people of the State to create a habit of planting saplings on every auspicious festival.

Attending the meeting Naba Kumar Doley, Minister of State for Environment and Forest urged the people to extend their active co-operation and support to the Forest Department of the State through massive plantation so that a healthy environment could be grown. In the programme, Chief Conservator of Forest, Divisional Forest Officer (DFO) including a number of higher officials of the department participated.

Meanwhile, North Kamrup (NK) Division of the Forest office also celebrated the Mahotsav at the Saraighat Lake park premises at Amingaon in association with Shyamalima, a wing of Rotary Club, Guwahati city. The programme was inaugurated by Kamal Kumar Baishya, Deputy Commissioner of Kamrup in presence of Chandan Bora and Dilip Deka, DFOs of NK division of forest office and social forestry, Nalbari respectively.

In the inaugural ceremony, a sapling plantation drive in the park premises was carried out by the Forest Department staff under the leadership of Nripen Kalita, ACF of NK division Forest office and Rabin Baishya, Range Officer of Sila range Forest office. Moreover, free sapling distribution programme among the people was also organised by the workers of the department.