Chinar Day observed at Government Degree College Pampore

Pampore: A plantation drive was organised by NGO Jammu and Kashmir Eco-Watch in collaboration with Jammu and Kashmir Forest Department and Government Degree College, Pampore on Monday. The day coincided with the Chinar Day.
The Chinar plantation event was managed by model range Pampore of Jammu and Kashmir Forest Department. Tehsil Pampore Ishtiyaq Mohi-ud-Din was also participated in the ceremonial session as Chief guest.
Farooq Ahmad Mir, Range Officer Pampore, threw light on importance of tree plantation and need to protect and preserve heritage tree of Kashmir,The Chinar.
Professor Seema Naz, Principal, GDC Pampore, appreciated the efforts of Jammu and Kashmir Forest Department and Jammu and Kashmir Eco-Watch.
She assured all possible support for plantation events in coming days.
Volunteers of Jammu and Kashmir Eco-Watch, known as green volunteers for preserving natural green habitats, pledged to save the Chinar tree.
They vowed to take active part in plantation drives under the Go Green Pampore initiative.
The event was attended by Students and Eco-Club Members of Department of Environmental Science, Municipal Committee, Councillors and Community Representatives.
Nadeem Qadri, Environmental Lawyer and CEO, Jammu an Kashmir Eco-Watch informed that more than 5000 trees will be planted under Go Green Pampore in 2021.
“We started a plantation drive from today, Some Chinar plants were planted in the premises of GDC Pampore,” Nadeem Qadri told Kashmir Reader.

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