'Man on green mission', Singareni director plants 500 more trees
Singareni's director, N. Balaram (Personnel, Finance, P&P), planted 500 new trees at the Singareni thermal power plant
Haritha Haram Maha Yajna
RAMAGUNDAM: Singareni's director, N. Balaram (Personnel, Finance, P&P), planted 500 new trees at the Singareni thermal power plant on Sunday. He started the Haritha Haram Maha Yajna in Singareni three years ago, and it is still going strong.
He has been working by himself for the past three years to conserve 14,000 plants in Singareni, and recently added 500 new plants to the area.
Singareni turned green as a result of his green cultivation on black soil. On Sunday, he planted 500 plants by himself to commemorate the opening of a miniature forest on the grounds of the Singareni Thermal Power Plant(STPP) and to instil in everyone a sense of environmental responsibility. He planted endangered species such as Chinta, Amla, Neredu, Maddi, Juvvi, and Ravi.
The Directors S. Chandrasekhar(Operations) and Mr. N. Balaram, who participated in the programme, stated that the thermal power plant will gain green beauty with the start of a mini forest on one acre of STPP property.
On this occasion, Director N. Balaram recalled that on June 5, 2019, he planted 108 saplings in the bungalow area for the first time since taking over the duties of Singareni Director. He also planted 501 saplings on July 20, 2019.
He believes that everyone should not only plant saplings in Singareni but also protect them in order to fulfil Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhara Rao's desire to promote greenery in Telangana.