'Krishna Kunj' will be inaugurated in the month of August in all the urban bodies of Chhattisgarh

In order to develop ‘Krishna Kunj’ by planting trees in the urban areas of Chhattisgarh, ‘Krishna Kunj’ will be inaugurated simultaneously on the scheduled date in the coming August. It is worth mentioning that Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has made an announcement regarding the development of ‘Krishna Kunj’ by planting trees in the urban areas of the state. By sending a letter, necessary instructions have been given regarding all necessary preparations for the release of ‘Krishna Kunj’ in the month of August in the urban bodies. He has directed that necessary action including approval for the establishment of ‘Krishna Kunj’ should be completed by the first week of August under any circumstances. It has also been informed in the letter that in order to show uniformity in the state, the design of people and gate will be sent separately by the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests and Forest Force Head Office to give a unique identity to ‘Krishna Kunj’. In these, necessary action has also been directed to display the boundary wall of local culture on the basis of budget availability including fencing. It has been announced by Chief Minister Mr. Baghel regarding the development of ‘Krishna Kunj’ that Banyan, Peepal in our country. The tradition of worshiping Kadamba and other trees is very ancient. Due to the immense utility of trees for humans, they have been given an important place in our traditions, but due to the rapid development of urban areas in the past years, the existence of trees has been endangered due to indiscriminate felling of trees. If this situation continues, then perhaps the future generations will not even be aware of the traditional importance of these trees. Therefore, it is the utmost duty of all of us to preserve the invaluable heritage of trees. It is very important that all the trees which are useful for human beings, should be planted and protected on a large scale in all the urban areas. By planting life useful trees of cultural importance in all the urban bodies of Chhattisgarh in minimum one acre of land. ‘Krishna Kunj’ will be developed. These include mango, tamarind, ganga tamarind, jamun, ber, ganga ber, mulberry, tendu, char, pomegranate, sycamore catha, kadamba, peepal, neem, banyan, acacia, palash guava, cilantro, bel and amla species for planting. has been included. It has also been directed that by June 30, all the plants should reach the selected planting areas and the planting work should be completed at the earliest on the basis of rainfall. Along with this, all the proceedings should be completed immediately after developing the land allotted to the Forest Department for ‘Krishna Kunj’. So that on the next day of Krishna Janmashtami, the plantation of trees can be duly started in the entire state compulsorily in ‘Krishna Kunj’. Like this:Like Loading… Continue Reading