Hyderabad: On the occasion of World Environment Day, Chief Minister, K Chandrashekhar Rao on Monday participated in the Green Indian Challenge (GIC) initiative and planted a sapling.
The Chief Minister was accompanied by senior BRS party leader and member of Rajya Sabha, K Keshav Rao, Education Minister, P Sabitha Indra Reddy, Rajya Sabha member, J Santosh Kumar along with other party workers.
Santosh Kumar, who has taken up the cause of promoting the Green India Challenge initiative took to social media platform Twitter to thank the Chief Minister.
The Mentor himself is obliged to do the honors on the occasion of #WorldEnvironmentDay. Team #GreenIndiaChallenge is overwhelmed by the kind gesture of the father of #HarithaHaaram to plant a sapling today as part of #GIC. Nothing could be happier for me as the creator of…
“The mentor himself obliged to do the honors on the occasion of #WorldEnvironmentDay. Team #GreenIndiaChallenge is overwhelmed by the kind gesture of the father of #HarithaHaaram to plant a sapling today as part of #GIC. Nothing could be more happier for me as the creator of the #GreenIndiaChallenge movement, as our inspiration behind the initiation himself accepted to plant. Thank you so much, Sir KCR Garu. (Sic)”, Santosh Kumar tweeted, marking World Environment Day.
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