Amritsar, May 24
A city based NGO, Diwan Todarmal Yadgari Sewa Society, planted several grown up trees at a bypass road here on Sunday. Members of the NGO have been continuing the green drive for the past five years and also take care of them after planting them.
Sukhshiwan Singh, one of the leading members of the NGO, said they assemble every Sunday and plant trees in villages and wherever people asked them to do so.
The activists of the society planted several grown trees at the Verka Bypass Road, where 24x7 langar is being organised for the past three months. The organiser said earlier, they used to do so annually on Hola Mohala, but now it was being organised daily. Workers from the industrial area, who had lost their job due to the Covid pandemic, are served free food here, he said.
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