Nawalparasi, Nepal: A tree-planting program has been completed in Sarawal rural municipality of West Nawalparasi, Nepal. A tree-planting program has been completed in Sarawal Rural Municipality Ward No. 4 Lalitpur.
A fruit tree planting program was held today under the chairmanship of Raja Salim Rain, Chairman of Raja Cemetery, Chief Guest of Ward Chairman of Sarawal rural municipality Ward No. 4, Chhotelal Yadav and Special Guest of Social Worker Suresh Yadav. Fruit saplings have been planted at the Raja Cemetery in Lalitpur.
Speaking on the occasion, Chief Guest Yadav said that the locals would benefit from the fruit trees, adding that it would also be possible to eat pure fruits. He said that we should all work together to protect the planted fruit trees.
Speaking on the occasion, special guest Suresh Yadav said that plants are known as the source of oxygen which is essential for human life. He said that in order to save himself and others, it was necessary for everyone to plant trees in one way or another.
He said that various grants from foreign agencies in Nepal have been given by foreign agencies in exchange for the oxygen received from the plants awakened by our Nepali people. He also thanked all the adolescents of the dialogue center including Sarawal rural municipality ABC Nepal.
Speaking on the occasion, Chairman Rain said that the general public has received a lot of support from the tree planting program coordinated by Sarawal Rural Municipality, ABC Nepal and Dialogue Centers. He said that he and the locals would take care of the planted fruit trees. He also expressed happiness over Sarawal rural municipality.
The tree-planting program was attended by ABC Nepal Supervisor Rajman Barai, Volunteer Janaki Gaud, Social Worker Riazuddin Raine, Shyam Muhammad Rain, Musaruf Dhunia, Shiva Kumar Yadav, Maqbool Rain, Journalist Mahesh Yadav, and other locals.