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Haryana Chief Minister,  Manohar Lal  plants a sapling in the historical Botanical Garden of Port Louis in Mauritius

 

Haryana Chief Minister,  Manohar Lal  plants a sapling in the historical Botanical Garden of Port Louis in Mauritius By SK.Vyas :

Chandigarh February 17, 2019: Haryana Chief Minister,  Manohar Lal  planted a sapling in the historical Botanical Garden of Port Louis in Mauritius as a symbol of friendship between India and Mauritius. There is a tradition of a plantation in this garden by personalities coming here from abroad as part of their honor and memory. The Botanical Garden has trees of 800 different species.

 Manohar Lal planted the sapling of the long-lived fungam tree and said that it would keep reminding the emotional attachment between India and Mauritius for long.

“My memories will always remain here in the form of sapling planted in this garden”, he said. Today, the whole world is making efforts to keep the environment clean and it is highly effective to plant maximum trees in this direction. He said that the Haryana Government has given a major boost to a plantation in the State. The school’s students were encouraged for plantation and they planted 26 lakh saplings in the State. Besides plantation, they also ensure their upkeep for three years, he added. He said that the students got their photo clicked with the plants after every six months for which they are given Rs 50 as an incentive.

The Chief Minister also wrote his remarks in the visitor book of Botanical Garden. Acting President of Mauritius,  Paramasivum Pillay Vyapoory and Minister of Arts and Culture  Prithvirajsing Roopun and other dignitaries were also present on this occasion.

Later, the Chief Minister visited the field of sugarcane, the main crop of Mauritius and inquired about the latest technique for increasing sugarcane yield.  He also visited museum L’Aventure du Sucre and got information about the history of sugarcane industry of Mauritius and its contribution to the development of Mauritius. ‘

Chandigarh February 16: Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal today planted a sapling in the historical Botanical Garden of Port Louis in Mauritius as a symbol of friendship between India and Mauritius. There is a tradition of a plantation in this garden by personalities coming here from abroad as part of their honor and memory. The Botanical Garden has trees of 800 different species.

 Manohar Lal planted the sapling of the long-lived fungam tree and said that it would keep reminding the emotional attachment between India and Mauritius for long.

“My memories will always remain here in the form of sapling planted in this garden”, he said. Today, the whole world is making efforts to keep the environment clean and it is highly effective to plant maximum trees in this direction. He said that the Haryana Government has given a major boost to the plantation in the State. The school’s students were encouraged for plantation and they planted 26 lakh saplings in the State. Besides plantation, they also ensure their upkeep for three years, he added. He said that the students got their photo clicked with the plants after every six months for which they are given Rs 50 as an incentive.

The Chief Minister also wrote his remarks in the visitor book of Botanical Garden. Acting President of Mauritius, M Paramasivum Pillay Vyapoory and Minister of Arts and Culture MPrithvirajsing Roopun and other dignitaries were also present on this occasion.

Later, the Chief Minister visited the field of sugarcane, the main crop of Mauritius and inquired about the latest technique for increasing sugarcane yield.  He also visited museum L’Aventure du Sucre and got information about the history of sugarcane industry of Mauritius and its contribution in the development of Mauritius. ‘

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