Protect Nature for Environment: Indrakaran Reddy

Hyderabad, June 5 (Maxim News): Telangana Forest and Environment Minister, Indrakaran Reddy today stressed need for protecting nature for better Environment.

In a virtual meeting with Pollution Control Board (TSPCB) and Environment Protection Training and Research Institute (EPTRI) and other officials on World Environment Day, the Minister remarked that pollution free environment is need of the hour.

This time our theme is “expect, create and restore nature” he said adding that the government of Telangana is moving ahead on it. If we protect nature and system it will protect us he said. Our government gives top priority for greenery awareness and expansion for clean environment he maintained.

He attributed the green cover expansion to the vision of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao. The KCR government has started several programs for the purpose including Haritha Haram and others.

We develop natural parks, nurseries, green drive, haritha haram of plantation for environment protection. We the people have inseparable bond with nature and environment he said. Collectively we can build a new state of ecological footprint, bio diversity, pure air, water and encouragement he said.

The Minister said that the youth and students should join hands in the green drive for clean environment. On world environment day the minister appealed that the people and the officials can together fight pollution for a green and clean environment . It is the time for greenery and pollution free environment and youth and students have to play an active role for better future, he said. As part of this program our Government has completed irrigation projects and developed lakes for rural development . The Minister said, Government of Telangana flag ship Kaleshwaram project has increased the agricultural sector growth, ground water recharge and advocated all to be a part of restoring the Ecosystem. (Maxim News)

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