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ZSP begins tree plantation drive

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Imphal,July.20:A tree Plantation drive in commemoration of the 10th Foundation Day of Zou Sangnaupang Pawlpi (ZSP ) Sugnu, a student’s body of the Zou Tribe was held on Saturday at Sugnu area under the theme “ Green Environment, Green Earth for nourished life and future”

The tree Plantation drive was commenced from S. Lokhijang Village after starting plantation of saplings by Manggi Singh, Sub- Divisional Police Officer, Sugnu; Maj. Karandeep , Company Commandant 22 Assam Rifles Sugnu Post; Leo Kamchinthang, Ex-MDC & Director Save Mother Earth Nursery Sugnu and Rev. Fr. Mark Pao, Parish Priest of St. Joseph Parish Sugnu.

Later on, Volunteers of ZSP, 22 Assam Rifles Personnels, Police personnels, United Zou Organization (UZO) Sugnu, Sugnu Area Zou Chiefs, Zou Mother Association ( ZOMA) Sugnu and Zou Youth Organization (ZYO) planted around 200 saplings in and around the villages of Zou Tribe in Sugnu area.

While speaking at the sideline of the plantation drive, Maj. Karandeep said that planting trees is not enough to keep our environment green. The most important duty is to take care of it after planting.

Comparing a tree like a human beings, the Assam Rifles Officer said that just like a new born babies, young sapplings also need someone to take a good care for their growth. And the sapplings we planted today will served us and provide us many benefits when they are fully grown up as a child served their parents when they grow up, he added

So, in order to keep our environment green and get benefits from it, we have to take care of young sapplings after planting them till they are fully grown, said the Major

Vincent Zou, President of Zou Sangnaupang Pawlpi told the media persons that a tree Plantation drive was carried out instead of organising our 10th Foundation Day Celebration function after considering that the tree Plantation drive will be more beneficial not only to the students but to whole mankind.

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