The Assam State Committee of Sarv Hindustani Parishad observed World Environment Day on Tuesday in Hojai of Assam.
The programme in the morning began with a rally from Nehru Hall which ended at Hojai Police Station.
During the rally, the Members of Sarv Hindustani Parishad, Assam State Committee along with Hojai District commiittee created awareness on tree plantation.
Altogether 20 saplings were planted at Hojai Police Station Campus, in front of Hojai Municipal Board, in Post Office Campus, in Namghar and in front of Adarsha Pusktakalya.
The committee member’s assured of proper fencing consist of bamboo sticks and net for the sapling’s safety.
The plantation drive was attended by Office in Charge Kiteshwar Baniya, Forest Department Ranger Hriday Hazarika, Sarv Hindustani Parishad State Committee president Raj Kumar Gupta along with State committee executive member Nikhil Mundra and Hojai district president Bijay Sankar Chauhan,
Secretary Jhivnandan Malha, vice president Raj Kishore Bhagat, Binay Mishra, Vidyasagar Singh,Mahavir Tiwari and Avadesh Gupta.
Officer in Charge, Kiteshwar Baniya praised the initiative taken by Sarv Hindustani Parishad.
Sarv Hindustani Parishad State Committee president Raj Kumar Gupta informed that in coming days they are going to launch an awareness campaign on plastic pollution in various areas of Hojai district.