Environment activist launches year's drive from Karachi


cheps Environment activists from Chitral, CHEPS volunteers, residents of Karachi and a number of tourists attended the drive, says a press release. Speaking on the occasion CHEPS chairman Rehmat Ali said that keeping environment clean and neat was the responsibility of every citizen. He said his organization had welcomed the KP government’s billion tsunami plantation drive and would plant about 100,000 saplings in the valley of Chitral. Literary personalities form Chitral including Fazlur Rehman Shahid and Ansar Elahi stressed te ened for collective efforts to attain CHEPS’ mission of green and clean Pakistan. Meanwhile, CHEPS also carried out a cleanliness drive at the Racecourse ground of Lahore and collected waste and garbage from the area and later disposed them of. CHEPS also signed a memorandum of understanding with a school in Lahore.cheps]]>

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