MP Santosh thanks SS Rajamouli for trees relocation

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Rama Krishna Sangem

BRS leader and Rajya Sabha MP J Santosh Kumar on July 14, Friday, shared on twitter pictures of famous director SS Rajamouli relocating (shifting grown trees from one place to another for fresh life). Rajamouli has given new home to as many as 20 trees, affected by various factors,  at his farmhouse near Hyderabad. Another 15 trees were relocated to other plaecs.

#GreenIndiaChallnege is not just about planting saplings, but also helping #trees imacted by various factors relocated to safe places.. One of such incidents happened with the support of Indian film director Sri@SSRajamouli garu, 20 trees found a new home in his farmhouse. Additionally, 15 more trees have been relocated to other places Big thanksto Uday & Madan from @vata_foundation for their technical expertise! Let’s keep the movement going,” tweeted the MP.

Relocation of grown up trees is gaining momentum of late as people want to enjoy the company of big trees on their premises as well as to save them – from felling or from diseases etc. This requires some technical expertise and good thing is there are some agencies ready to provide this help in Hyderabad. We all know, director Rajamouli owns a farmhouse and these trees were replanted there.


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Trees being relocated



Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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