Islamabad, 15 June: Minister of State for Climate Change, Zartaj Gul, has said that exceptional passing is in attempts to allow students extra marks for taking a functioning part in Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Ten Billion Tree Tsunami manor project.
In an interview with Associated Press Pakistan (APP), Minister of State for Climate Change Zartaj Gul said that the move was pointed toward insistence students to plant 20 saplings for 20 marks – a one-of-a-kind and creative exertion to bound college graduates to plant trees during their course of study.
The minister said that the enactment would make it obligatory for each university student to plant trees during the graduation programs. The college and the district organizations would assist them with finding achievable destinations for the manor.
She said that the PM needs to monitor nature to give a protected climate to the coming ages.
“Prime Minister Imran Khan, to this end, not just introduced the possibility of a perfect, green, and prosperous Pakistan yet additionally set up it as a regular occurrence. He has presented various progressive drives for nature conservation,” Zartaj said.
Clarifying the proposed enactment, the Minister of State said that previously, additional marks were given to the students associated with National Cadet Corps (NCC). In like manner, extra stamps would be allocated to the students for planting trees as a feature of instructive exercises.
“Projects like ’20 Plants 20 Numbers’ won’t just urge the young to be a piece of this public objective yet will likewise satisfy the fantasy about making Pakistan a green and prosperous country,” she said.
Zartaj Gul kept up that under this plan, a large number of saplings could be planted each year, which would end up being an important resource for people in the future.