“Say No to Polythene” Poster unveiling by Chief Minister Shri Ashok Gehlot Jaipur, On the occasion of World Environment Day 5 June 2011

Public Awareness Campaign on World Environment Day by Traffic Police and MESSAGE Sansthan; and “Say No to Polythene” Poster unveiling by Chief Minister Shri Ashok Gehlot Jaipur,05 June.

On the occasion of World Environment Day 5 June 2011, a public awareness campaign was jointly organized by MESSAGE sansthan and Traffic Police Jaipur at major traffic hubs of city. Volunteers were located primarily at various road crossings and advertised World Environment Day, as well as handing out posters, pamphlets and stickers to the vehicle drivers.

This campaign was aimed at spreading awareness about environmental problems and other issues related to it. Campaign was flagged off by

Honorable Chief Minister Shri Ashok Gehlot. He unveiled the “Say No to Polythene and Save Environment” poster ,striker and pamphlets.

On this occasion Shri Gehlot shared his views and saied that, to protect environment it is necessary that we keep our surroundings clean, remain watchful and do plantation in monsoon season. He also said if we do not become aware about environment pollution the threat for human being and all creatures would increase.

Environment Minister Ramlal Jat, Chief Secretary Shri S. Ahmed, Additional Chief Secretary (Forest & Environment) Dr. V. S. Singh, Jaipur Police Commissioner Shri B. L. Soni, Principal Chief Conservator of Forest Shri R. N. Mehrotra and other officials were also present on this occasion.

DCP (Traffic) Rohit Mahajan leveled stickers on the vehicles and launched the awareness drive which covered Ramnivas Garden, Central Park, Rambagh, Ajmeri Gate, Yadgar, Sindhi Camp Bus Stand and Railway Station.

Later in the evening at 04 PM, a seminar on Environment was also organized in Pink Square Mall by MESSAGE organization , Pravah Jaipur Initiative and Muskan. commiYouth displayed their keen interest in the topic and showed great enthusiasm for the event. On this occasion Addl.DCP traffic Shalini Saxena interacted with youth. The programme started at 4.00 Pm and continued until the evening. Informative leaflets, posters, brochures and newsletters were distributed to the visitors, which helped to increase knowledge on environment. Another centre of attraction of the evening was the painting exhibition on the issue of environment by SJ public School students .

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8 thoughts on ““Say No to Polythene” Poster unveiling by Chief Minister Shri Ashok Gehlot Jaipur, On the occasion of World Environment Day 5 June 2011

  1. it’s relay good effort by MESSAGE organization. Also thanks to traffic police jaipur inactivity is very good. World Environment Day is a powerful lobbying initiative and it also encourages people like us to come together and to take small steps to make a cleaner, greener and brighter environment for ourselves and future generations.

    Aman Dhaka

  2. Jaipur Traffic police doing very good initiative.
    Hope in future they have plan some thing different.

    Abhinav Sharma

  3. Definitely Someone has do do something, else there would be a day when we wont have options. Let Join Hands Now. Good effort…….

    Save environment

    Edwin Loftus

  4. The topic is about how to save environment? If this question asked by anyone the firs thing spark in mind that what is carbon footprint? Many of us are not familiar with carbon footprint. So here is the meaning of it. ‘Carbon Footprint’ is the amount of greenhouse gas we use on a day to day basis. This amount converted into a CO2 equivalent in tonnes or kg. This is very strange to day that we use greenhouse gases; but we didn’t use it directly.

    Good effort……

    Anuska roy choudhary

  5. Great effort by message
    We should make such activities more common.
    It should be a day to day activity to care about our environment, and not just an yearly concern.
    We should be aware of the implications of our activities on the environment.
    Once again thanks a lot to message for such a novel effort

  6. Great effort by message
    We should make such activities more common.
    It should be a day to day activity to care about our environment, and not just an yearly concern.
    We should be aware of the implications of our activities on the environment.
    Once again thanks a lot to message for such a novel effort

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