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JAMMU: The Chairman Public Health and Sanitation (JMC), Narinder Singh Jamwal today initiated a plantation drive in collaboration with Forest Department at Sainik Colony Sec-D in presence of Parmodh Chib, Umesh Sharma, Retired Director Floriculture K.K Sharma, Rashpal Singh, Dilbagh Singh and members of Sainik Colony Parivar.Speaking on the occasion, Narinder Singh Jamwal called upon the people to be part of the drive and contribute to the cause of preserving environment by planting trees in their surroundings.He said monsoon season has been selected for the drive as the time is conducive for new plantation and special attention has been laid on selecting the variety of plants.Underscoring on giving utmost attention to the conservation of ecosystem, Jamwal said that the green gold has an important role in maintaining fine balance of the ecosystem and increased green cover would go a long way in preserving the ecological balance on the planet.
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