Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi on Sunday appealed to the folks of the state to take a pledge to guard timber and atmosphere by tying “rakhis” to timber of their premises and neighborhood on the Raksha Bandhan day.
The Deputy Chief Minister, who can be in control of Finance and Setting and Forest departments, mentioned that there was giant scale features yearly to tie rakhi to timber however it isn’t potential to arrange such programmes on Raksha Bandhan this 12 months due to COVID-19 pandemic.
In such a state of affairs, each individual ought to come ahead and present their fondness and liking to guard timber and atmosphere by tying “raksha sutra” round timber of their premises and neighborhood, he mentioned.
Earlier, a goal for planting 2.51 crore saplings was scheduled to be taken up on August 9, the day which is widely known as Bihar Prithvi Diwas below ”Mission 2.51 crore plantation” however in view of coronavirus pandemic, the plantation drive has already been launched a month in the past to hold it out in a staggered method, he mentioned.
The DyCM appealed to all self assist teams, Jeevika Didis, Anganwadi Kendras, central paramilitary forces, public sector undertakings, authorities establishments, cowsheds (Gaushalas), Mutt, graveyard, farmers of agriculture division and agriculture forestry to plant at the very least one sapling of their respective premises on Bihar Prithvi Diwas.