Jamshedpur, June 5: Students of the Dance Studio staged Nukkad Natak (Street Play) and distributed saplings among the residents at Sakchi, Bistupur and Sonari on the occasion of World Environment day on June 5.
Despite the blistering heat, students in large numbers made the people aware about environment conservation. On the occasion Puja Agarwal, proprietor of the dance studio said, we should pledge to save our mother earth from pollution and global warming so that our future generation can live here freely.
Headed by Krishna Karmakar Nukkad Natak was staged at various locations around the city were students were seen holding placards and shouted slogans to make the people aware about protection of environment from pollution.
They said, today environment conservation is big issue and everyone needs to get aware and bring about a positive change to tackle the menace which is trying to degrade the environment. Students also pledged to save the environment.
To make the programme successful, Puja Agarwal, Krishna Karmakar, Manjeet, Manish, Vijay Agarwal, Priya Pandey, Nilima, Ritika, Rudrnash, Sunil, Rajkumar, Muskan, Chanda, Kiran, Rakhi, Raju, Vimmi, Sangeeta, Amrita, Dipshikha, Karan, Shubham, Vicky and others played a vital role.