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Human chain to protest tree cutting in Aarey

DNMUM441515 | 8/20/2019 | Author : Amit Srivastava | WC :281



In order to spread the green message, the citizens on Tuesday will form a human chain at Aarey Colony on Tuesday. The aim is to appeal to the Tree Authority of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) against the proposal to cut 2,238 trees for car-shed of Metro-3 at Aarey Colony. The civic body is scheduled to visit the forest area Tuesday morning.
Activist Zoru Bhathena said that they will welcome the Tree Authority members at the Aarey Colony forest. “It is good that they have considered to visit the site before taking a final call,”said Bhathena. He added that they will discuss about the trees that are proposed to be cut and how this will impact the greenery of the city.
On August 13, the Tree Authority had put the proposal to
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