Jamshedpur, June 5: Religious organisation Shakambhari Mata Pariwar, Tatanagar, on the occasion of World Environment Day planted five flower saplings at the Golmuri Shiv Mandir premises on Monday.
Women members of the pariwar have taken up the responsibility for the upkeep of the plants. On the occasion women members said that today is world Shakambhari Environment Day and everyone should pledge to plant atleast one sapling in our surrounding which would help preserve our environment and we will leave behind a beautiful planted for our future generations.
Present on the occasion President of Shakambhari Mata Pariwar, Neetu Harnathaka said, the motive behind planting flower saplings is environment conservation and the devotees visiting the temple can offer flowers to the god. To make the programme successful, vice president Sabita Sonthalia, secretary Manisha Kauntia, joint secretary Shilpi Palsania, treasurer Manisha Sanghi, joint treasurer Neelam Choudhary, Sheetal Agarwal, Bindu Sharma, Neelam Palsania, Sarita Sonthalia, Nisha Sonthalia, Anita Sharma, Sudha Patwari, Meera Jawanpuria, Laxmi Choudhary, Kusum Jawanpuria, Kavita Agarwal, Meera Chetani and others provided full support.