Tribune News Service
Jalandhar, June 8
The Edu Youth Foundation, Jalandhar, began distributing plants and trees in Jalandhar under the theme “Oxygen for future generations” campaign to make our society oxygen rich.
The first event took place on May 16 at Guru Nanak Mission Chowk and Model Town, Jalandhar. As many as 500 plants and trees were distributed with the aim to spread awareness about importance of greenery in our environment. Two hundred plants and trees were planted in the Urban Estate on the occasion of World Environment Day.
The foundation distributed 700 plants and trees in Jalandhar Cantt, Dhanowali village and Talhan Sahib.
Members said the district administration and the Forest Department were providing full support in this noble cause. People faced a lot of problems regarding shortage of oxygen during Covid-19 phase and it was our responsibility to grow more and more plants and trees for better health of our future generations.
Charanjit Singh Chadha (pradhan, Gurudwara Singh Sabha), Puneet Kaur (counsellor, Ward No. 3, Jalandhar Cantonment Board), Gian Chand Sharma (Kasturba Nagar resident), Davinder Singh (Kasturba Nagar resident), Prof Kanwar Sartaj Singh, Parampreet Gill, Vishal Virdi, Gurkirat Toor, Gurkirat Sandhu, Ujwaldeep Singh, Amarjit Multani, Amandeep Nagi, Naveen, Ravneet Singh, Sunny Walia, Gurkaran, Jaskirat Sandhu, Shubham among others were present on the occasion.
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