Udaipur: On World Environment Day, a program of cleanliness, Shramdan, and dialogue was held on Lake Pichola.Dr. Anil Mehta of the Lake Conservation Committee said that the lakes had been reduced in the dialogue. It has been a crime. It is necessary to restore the original boundaries of the lakes. Tej Shankar Paliwal, a former member of the Lake Development Authority, urged to save the lakes' fish.Nand Kishore Sharma, director of Gandhi Manav Kalyan Samiti, suggested involving local citizens in lake patrolling.Director of Abhinav Sansthan, Kushal Rawal, appealed to the younger generation to join the conservation of lakes and ponds. Pallav Dutta, former director of FPro, emphasized keeping the lake's garbage free.
Haji Sardar Mohd, Convenor of Lake Friendly Manch, said that citizens' participation is essential to save the lakes. Lake lovers Drupad Singh and Mohan Singh suggested keeping an urn-shaped garbage can to stop the immersion of flower garlands.
Local citizens including Ashok Mathur, Mayank Joshi, Sarvanishtha, Dilpa Nagar, Ahana Dave, Nitin Soni, Virendra Srivastava, and Jaiprakash Joshi participated in the program.