Rawalpindi: The Retired Captain Commissioner, Mohammad Mehmood has ordered National Engineering Services Pakistan (NESPAK) to observe a statistical poll. The activity will be done to find various ways to protect decades-old banyan trees falling on the Ring Road Project location.
As per the sources, a bunch of banyan trees can be spotted at the dedicated Radio Pakistan Interchange of the Ring Road. Therefore, the representatives depicted concerns regarding buying more lands to protect those trees.
Furthermore, the Commissioner emphasized that the acquisition of the approval of the precise project has already been acquired from the concerned environment department. Besides, the environment department has already asked to supervise planting 300,000 fresh trees in place of 5,000 trees that might get harmed during the construction of Ring Road.
The Chairman further illustrated that each effort is being made to protect the trees and forests, and also to eliminate pollution in Islamabad and Rawalpindi respectively.
Similarly, the designated person claimed that there are pretty many opportunities for further development in the Potohar region because people are aware of the technological advancements.
Moreover, such initiatives will improve the income prospects for the farmers, when they will be guided with modern training instructions.
Thus, the Commissioner explicitly requested the forest department to take potential steps to protect the greenery nearby Ring Road to discourage the loss after the completion of this particular project.
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