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Monday, 3 August 2020

Environmental society demands enactment of tree Act

Yamunanagar: The Haryana Environmental Society, a non-governmental organisation, submitted a memorandum to Forest and Environment Minister Kanwar Pal Gujjar, seeking enactment of the Urban Tree Protection Act in the state. Society president SL Saini said during the last over 30 years, his society had provided green cover to almost 90 per cent common land available in Yamunanagar and Jagadhri. He lamented that in the absence of an effective Act, anti-social elements were illegally destroying healthy trees, while the civic authorities never bothered to take any action.

Covid warriors honoured in Hisar

Hisar: The Covid contact tracing team in Hisar district led by Dr Ramesh Punia has traced over 1,000 contacts. Painter Sikandar honoured Dr Punia and his team by painting a portrait. Multi-purpose health worker Noor Mohammad was honoured by the people of Sulchani village, with sarpanch Vijender Sharma praising his work.

Haryana Police give warm send-off to state CID chief

Karnal: The Haryana Police have accorded a warm send-off to ADGP Anil Kumar Rao. He retired after putting in over 32 years of service in various capacities. A farewell meeting was organised at the Haryana Police Academy in Madhuban, which was attended by several police officials. Before being posted as CID Chief, he also served as IGP Rohtak Range, Hisar Range and IGP CID. Hailing from Narnaul, Rao had joined the force in 1988 and had been inducted into the IPS in 1994.

Nasibpur panchayat donates Rs 5 crore to Covid fund

Mahendragarh: Nasibpur panchayat under the Narnaul block has donated Rs 5 crore to the Haryana Corona Relief Fund. Sarpanch Promila Bai, accompanied by Social Justice and Empowerment Minister Om Prakash Yadav, handed over the cheque to Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar in Chandigarh. Deputy Commissioner RK Singh, who was present, said it was the responsibility of every citizen to help the state government in the fight against Covid.

Free auto facility in Rohtak today

Rohtak: Former minister Manish Grover has flagged off 10 pink auto-rickshaws for free travel to people on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan. "The auto-rickshaws will ply on different routes in the city so that the maximum people can avail the facility," he said.

from The Tribune

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