Forest and Environment Minister A Indrakaran Reddy today expressed concern that the pollution problem increasing everywhere and spreading greenery will help overcome the same.
On national pollution control day, the minister attended a meeting and urged the people to grow greenery.
The minister said that the state government takes all steps to overcome the pollution problem by increasing awareness and spreading greenery.
He asked Pollution control board officials to take necessary measures to create awareness and go greenery to bring down pollution.
We are taking all steps to protect forests and greenery by all measures, he claimed. The Minister stressed the need for avoiding the pollution of water, air, and soil. Else the people will face more problems and can be tide over by clean and green environment he said.
Though Delhi-like cities are facing severe pollution problems the state is taking all measures to tide over the problem. Under the leadership and vision of chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao forest cover was increased and greenery as well, he said.
The Minister said that the KCR Government took measures for lake revival and Haritha Haram and Mission Bhagiratha giving pure water to the villagers.
These two are key programs to help the farmers in villages develop with minor irrigation and get income through community professions.
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