On August 13, the largest #walkwithtree in Noida was held. A vow to preserve the environment was made by 700 persons

On August 13th at 5:30 am, NOFAA & APARTMENT TIMES organised a walkathon along the plants from Noida 93 to DPS GBN School, in which hundreds of people from Delhi NCR participated on the important occasion of Independence Day.

Captain Yogendra Yadav, the recipient of the Paramveer Chakra, and RJ Divya from Radio City both took part in this campaign as special guests.

In the midst of the patriotic songs, people’s zeal and passion could be seen. Everyone in Noida, Ghaziabad, Delhi, and even Faridabad vowed to continue this movement in honour of the nation’s military and to protect the environment.

The walkathon, which began with the national anthem, began at Parshwanath Prestige Noida 93 and travelled via Supertech to DPS GBN 132. Over 700 people took part in the largest plant walkathon ever held in Noida. This walkathon stood out on its own.

Small saplings were held in the hands of each participant as they moved. And convey the idea that we should treat plants with the same level of respect that we treat our children. Then and only then will our nation be pollution-free.

All the honoured guests, children, and senior residents gathered on the grounds of the DPS school to plant trees. This dive was also known as Dadi Nani Plantation Drive.

Captain Yogendra Yadav spoke with the populace about his experiences during the Kargil War and urged people to take action for the nation’s defence and advancement. called attention to the significance of tree planting and tree preservation.

The programme came to a close with a lively performance by DPS students. Apartment Times distributed curio boxes filled with plant seeds, organic fertiliser and planting pots to everyone. The RWA committee of Noida 93 Officials, DPS School, Eye Care Eye Hospital, Jaypee Hospital, AAE, South Delhi Cycling Club NEFOWA, and all the participants contributed significantly to the success of this programme.

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