Save Environment Save Faridabad

Save Environment Save Faridabad

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Paayal Vashisht started this petition to forest department

What's happening in Faridabad? This is an important thing that no one knows or talking about right now...

Now you're thinking what's happening or what's about to happen? Unfortunately in Faridabad a 12 lane Delhi- Mumbai express way is going to be built in which Rs. 3,580 Crore will be invested. Now you'll say what's unfortunate about this. It's a good thing development is happening. There's no harm in development. But there should be a sustainable development.

It's not a good thing because the 40 year old Rose Garden will be abolished in which more than 4'000 roses are found. Apart from this the jungle on the by-pass road will also be removed and even the jungle reserved in forest department will also be destroyed. The work has been started from the past few months and many old trees has been cut.

The jungle on the by-pass not only saves us from the pollution but it's also a livelihood of many people especially for the migrants and the poor people. And the jungle is a home for many birds and animals. The rose garden is a home for different species of birds which are rare to be found these days. It'll destroy their home as these birds are already extinct so to abolish Rose Garden is a devastating idea. The cutting of these trees, jungle and Rose Garden is a dreadful decision. And we all have to face the consequences of it in the upcoming future. The pollution is already rising every day and then the things will get worsen only. I am not able to understand how the Haryana Forest Department said yes to such a destruction.

I request each and everyone of you who is part of Faridabad and who is not please share this post and tag people who are responsible for this or who can help bring change. This is for our Earth This is for our environment 

~Paayal Vashisht 

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