Udaipur. State's Principal Chief Conservator of Forests, environmentalist, author, and environmental scientist Dr. Deep Narayan Pandey's best-seller book 'Ghar Se Van Tak' was released in Udaipur on Sunday.
Based on Pandey's experiences, the book was released in the presence of senior officials, environmentalists, and experts in a program organized by the Green People Society committed to environmental protection in South Rajasthan at Chunda Palace in the city.
Pandey shared his forest world experiences while highlighting his book's contents. During the discussion on this book, Pandey appreciated the efforts made by Chief Minister Shri Ashok Gehlot for environmental protection and his vision and said that Lav-Kush Vatika would set an example in the country.
On this occasion, while discussing the facts contained in the book, Pandey gave detailed information about the state's environmental scenario and conservation-promotion efforts. He said that the strictest law in the entire country is for forest land, so there is a need for its effective implementation.
Shows attachment to Udaipur
Giving information about his first appointment in Udaipur, Pandey said that he is attached to Udaipur, but the work done in forest and wildlife conservation was done by his team.
Lake city's lake conservation is appreciated.
During his statement, Principal Chief Conservator of Forests Pandey described Udaipur as a beautiful city in the world and appreciated the conservation of nature and proper maintenance and management of forests here. He praised the work of lake conservation in Udaipur and said that the credit goes to the city's residents. Pandey said that the preservation of lakes in Jaipur is still incomplete.
There was manure in the visit of the officer.
Pandey said that the forest department officers should visit the field continuously for forest and wildlife conservation promotion. He said there is manure in the visit of the forest officer; if he keeps roaming in the forests, then all the conditions become favorable. He discussed the topics of biodiversity, eco-tourism, woods, and wildlife conservation. He appreciated the work and practical efforts being done by the Green People Society for the preservation of biodiversity and the environment.
Initially, President of Green People Society and retired CCF Rahul Bhatnagar welcomed him. On this occasion, retired IAS Vikram Singh, retired IFS SK Verma, IPS Matharu, RK Kherwa, RK Singh, RK Jain, Viram Dev Singh, former V.C. of MPUAT NS Rathore, Prof. Inderjit Singh, Chief Director of Vidya Bhavan, Dr. Anurag Priyadarshi, Intake Coordinator Lalit Pandey, Manoj Kulshrestha, NC Jain, members of the Society and many senior officials and environmentalists were present.
Environmental expert Dr. Satish Sharma conducted the program. International anchor Swati Agarwal discussed the contents of this book through a quiz with Pandey. Vikram Singh, Vice President, Green People Society, gave the thanks vote.