Minister Chandra Mohan Patowary inaugurates 73rd Forest Competition at Sejusa
JAMUGURIHAT: Assam’s Forest Minister Chandra Mohan Patowary on Sunday attended the 73rd Forest Competition at Sejusa close to the Assam-Arunachal Pradesh border as chief visitor and inaugurated a mass plantation drive.
Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has taken some main steps to plant bushes in forest areas. The 73rd Forest Competition has been organized with the mega goal of planting 5,000 useful bushes from Hatipati gate to Sejusa, as Sootea MLA Padma Hazarika has taken some steps to make Sejusa and its neighbouring space inexperienced once more.
Inaugurating the plantation drive, Patowary appealed to the general public to hitch arms to guard the pure atmosphere for a greater future. He additional appealed to the folks to like and look after wildlife and forestry as their very own youngsters. MLA Padma Hazarika handed over a cheque of Rs 4 lakh to every of the relations of the three individuals who had misplaced their lives after being struck by lightning just lately. College students from numerous academic establishments underneath the Naduar schooling block participated within the plantation drive.
The programme was attended by Sonitpur Deputy Commissioner Deva Kumar Mishra, officers from the forest division and others.
It could be talked about that the huge space of Sejusa on the Assam-Arunachal Pradesh border to the north of Jamugurihat is a treasure home of pure magnificence. Numerous vacationers go to this place yearly to get pleasure from high quality time with household and kin. It’s a well-liked picnic spot too. Picnic teams from far and large go to this place yearly. Nevertheless, the pure magnificence was partially destroyed throughout the devastating flood of 2004. The realm from Hatipati to Sejusa was coated with forest and bushy vegetation. However profiting from the flood and lack of correct safety, some timber smugglers minimize down the precious bushes of the roadside, leading to main deforestation within the space.
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