Assam village will plant 10,000 rupee saplings on World Environment Day

Assam village will plant 10,000 rupee saplings on World Environment Day

Villagers in Assam, along with state forestry and district administration officials, planted Rs 10,000 saplings on World Environment Day.

The villagers are from the Dansili district of Assam’s Golaghat district. This initiative was carried out to set an environmentally friendly and clean environment and set new records.

“There’s about 500 acres of land here, and we’re planting trees throughout the area. The Nambor Forest will grow to this point, and we’re also thinking of compensating for those who have abandoned their land for plantation drives. “. Biswajit Phukan, a member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA).

“This place used to be a forest that was gradually taken over by the villagers. Those who once destroyed the forest are now thinking of regenerating it again,” he added.

Several tractors were used to cultivate the land. I drove a tractor to help a female officer plow the land.

“We thought we should take part in this initiative to send a message of unity. A plant sapling of about 10,000 rupees was planted here,” said Dinchengfa Boruah’s subdivision officer Dhansiri. Said.