In keeping with its mission to encourage people to plant more trees and mitigate the impact of climate change, Shangshak police station on Saturday carried out its 2nd community outreach mission at Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas school Ramva village under the theme “Our survival depends on survival of plants and animals.”
The plantation drive was led by DFO of Ukhrul Shanngam Shaliwo, Ranger officer Chirmishan, JNV principal Lungshim Horam and staff, Ramva village headman Wungnaoyo Zimik, VAs and youth. During the course of plantation “around 500 ornamental tree saplings were planted at JNV school” situated at Ramva village of Ukhrul district.”
Speaking at the plantation drive, DFO Ukhrul Shanngam Shaliwo emphasised the essence of trees in the lives of the people and encourage to conduct more such environment-friendly initiative in the days to come.
Lauding the effort, principal of JNV Ramva Lungshim Horam had thanked the DFO Ukhrul and his team, and nodal bodies of Ramva village for the exemplary green initiative.
It may be recalled that Shangshak police station had organised the first tree plantation outreach at the district’s premier educational institute Patkai Christian Academy (PCA) campus and its surrounding areas on July 14.
With the intent to create a sense of shared responsibility in the minds of the people about the threat being posed to the plant and animal species amid growing human population and rapid expansion of infrastructural development as indicated by the loss of this species on whom human survival depends, a team of Shangshak police station on Tuesday conducted a go green community outreach program.
H. Chiphang OC Shangshak Police station led team made this clarion call through its community outreach mission as it organised a tree plantation drive at the district’s premier educational institute Patkai Christian Academy (PCA) campus and its surrounding areas.
Indigenous plants like Leihao, Uningthou, Thuga ching, and flowering shrubs have been planted in and around the PCA site and along national highway 202.