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December 3, 2020

The Chhattisgarh

Beyond The Region

Raipur: ‘Munga’ Plantation Grand Campaign: More than 3 lakh Munga saplings planted in a single day in the state

Planting of Munga saplings in about 34 thousand schools, Anganwadi centers and  ashram-hostels

In Chhattisgarh, under the plantation program of ‘Munga’, which is full of nutritious and medicinal properties, 3 lakh 15 thousand 120 plants were planted in the premises of 33 thousand 746 schools, Anganwadi and Ashram hostels on the same day on 6 July. In the campaign launched by the Forest Department across the state under the guidance of Forest Minister Mr. Mohammad Akbar, realizing the vision of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel’s malnutrition-free Chhattisgarh, along with the administration and administration, the people showed unprecedented enthusiasm and in making the program a success. Everyone was an important participant. 
    Principal Chief Conservator of Forests Shri Rakesh Chaturvedi said that out of these institutions, 91 thousand 167 Munga saplings were planted in 14 thousand 523 schools. Similarly, planting of 73 thousand 148 Munga saplings in 12 thousand 696 Anganwadi centers, 25 thousand 175 Munga saplings in 2 thousand 797 Ashram hostels and one lakh 5 thousand 430 Munga saplings in 3 thousand 730 other government institutions. Among these, 94 thousand 426 munga saplings were planted in 8 thousand 119 institutions of Durg, Balod, Rajnandgaon, Khairagarh, and Kawardha Forest Divisions under Durg Forest Circle. The institutes planted in Munga under Durg forest circle on July 6 include 2 thousand 813 schools, 2 thousand 148 Anganwadi centers, 3 thousand 822 other institutions and 136 ashram-hostels. 
    Similarly, 77 thousand 509 Munga saplings were planted in six thousand 383 institutes of Bilaspur, Marwahi, Korba, Katghora, Raigad, Dharamjigarh, Janjgir-Champa and Mungeli forest circles under Bilaspur forest circle. These include 3 thousand 751 schools, 2 thousand 8 Anganwadi centers, 225 ashram hostels and 399 other institutions in Munga saplings planted. Under Sarguja Forest Circle, 40 thousand 813 Munga saplings were planted in 3 thousand 913 institutes of Surguja, Surajpur, Balrampur, Korea, Manendragarh and Jashpur forest divisions. These include 2 thousand 77 Anganwadi centers, 166 schools, one thousand 582 ashram-hostels and 88 other institutions in Munga saplings planted. 
    Similarly, 34 thousand 546 Munga saplings were planted in 8 thousand 63 institutes of Bastar, Dantewada, Sukma and Bijapur forest divisions under Jagdalpur forest circle. These include 3 thousand 691 Anganwadi centers, 3 thousand 629 schools, 539 Ashram hostels and 204 other institutions. Under the Kanker Forest Circle, 24 thousand 926 munga saplings were planted in 3 thousand 159 institutions of Kanker, East Bhanupratappur, West Bhanupratappur, Narayanpur, Keshkal and South Kondagaon forest divisions. These include one thousand 952 schools, one thousand 19 Anganwadi centers, 171 ashram-hostels and 17 other institutions. Under the Raipur Forest Circle, 22 thousand 700 Munga saplings were planted in 4 thousand 109 institutions of Raipur, Dhamtari, Gariaband, Mahasamund and Balodabazar forest divisions. These include 2 thousand 212 schools, one thousand 753 Anganwadi centers, 144 ashram-hostels.