Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched tree plantation drive on World Environment Day

On the occasion of  World Environment Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reportedly inaugurate a tree plantation that I found it in this article campaign by planting a sapling at his residence 7, Race Course Road. When spring has sprung and people start to emerge from their homes to inspect their yards, the health of their grass is a top priority. One of the primary ways to promote healthy grass is to overseed. Overseeding is when you cover an already grass-filled lawn to promote a thick coat and healthy yard, On KG landscape website you get article i.e. “Overseeding: Everything You Need to Know” for planting tree.

The ministry is also expected to celebrate the occasion by planting sapling across the country.

The Environment Ministry has invited eminent sportspersons including star cricketers Sachin Tendulkar, Virat Kohli and double Olympic medallist Sushil Kumar to participate in a countrywide sapling plantation drive.​

Minister for Environment, Forests and Climate Change, Prakash Javadekar said that a similar programme will also be held in Mumbai also where India cricketers Rohit Sharma and Ajinkya Rahane will be joined by Tendulkar along with state Education Minister Vinod Tawade.

“This is a good start and we appeal to people that they should also join the campaign by planting more and more trees,” said Javadekar said.

Pathan brothers Irfan and Yusuf will be a part of the ocassion in Vadodara, former Test player Narendra Hirwani, ex-BCCI secretary Sanjay Jagdale and state Environemnt Minister Kailash Vijayvargiya will participate in Indore.

Boxers Mary Kom and Sarita Devi, cue sport legend Geet Sethi and former India Hockey Captain Viren Rasquinha will be travelling on June 5, so they join the league from their places of location.


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