Environment’s Worship is Tradition of Indian Culture

29 Jun 2017
Environment’s Worship is Tradition of Indian Culture

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan described worship of environment as a tradition of Indian Culture in his message for ‘Hariyali Mahotsav-2017’. CM Chouhan said that environmental balance is most important for balance in life. Greenery is a protection for the life of every living being. Resolution to serve Maa Narmada and to enrich greenery has been taken by the rural community during the Narmada Seva Yatra. He further mentioned that 6 crore saplings will be planted with public cooperation on July 2. He described the protection of saplings to be planted as mutual responsibility.

Moreover, CM Chouhan stated that the state government is committed for the development and conservation of forest. He expressed the trust that on one hand forestry development schemes will provide employment opportunities and on the other it will expand greenery. CM Chouhan has urged all the citizens to transform the important work of plantation into a public movement and to take resolve for protection of saplings making them strong and healthy trees.