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Citizens participate towards a greener Kohima

Citizens participate towards a greener Kohima
Flower pots lined up outside shops in the state capital Kohima.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/28/2020 1:11:15 PM IST

Various individuals and organisations in Kohima city have come out with a charitable and innovative initiative by placing numerous potted plants alongside the streets of Kohima.

In a press release, Kohima Municipal Council (KMC) administrator Kovi Meyase stated that, more than 30 odd citizens have so far voluntarily donated more than 150 plants of their prized possessions adding to the beauty of the city.

Informally tagged as “The green line experiment”, he informed that it was a citizen’s movement of a very noble kind and the endeavour was to line the streets of the city with potted plants for beautification and awareness to conserve the environment.

While appealing to all the citizens to desist from spoiling, marring, destroying or displacing any of them, the KMC requested all concerned to shoulder responsibility in the upkeep of these plants and to continue to lend a helping hand towards the green line experiment till the objective was achieved. KMC also lauded the citizens for their generous contributions toward a greener Kohima.

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