Delhi government begins tree-planting campaign at Jamia Hamdard University
Delhi Food and Civilian Supplies Minister Imran Hussain on Tuesday launched a tree-planting campaign at Jamia Hamdard University by planting Amaltas saplings. In a statement, the minister said the Delhi government had launched “a year round war on air pollution”.
“The Delhi government has taken several measures to tackle air pollution in the city, such as the tree transplant policy, the dust pollution campaign, the electric vehicle policy, the“ Red Light ”campaign. On, Gaadi Off “, among others. The Delhi government is the first state government to come up with a solution to thatch burning using bio-decomposers, ”said Hussain.
Commending the efforts of Rotary Club volunteers and university staff members, party leader Aam Aadmi (AAP) stressed the need to maintain saplings after planting. He also called on students and volunteers to perform a similar exercise at various locations in the nation’s capital for “a green, healthy and pollution-free environment for the citizens of Delhi”.
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