Collector D. Divya on Wednesday led district officials at the famous Adivasi pilgrim centre, Keslapur, in Indervelli mandal while plantation under Telanganaku Haritha Haram was taken up in the land of the famous Nagoba temple.

To make the exercise meaningful, she planted as well as distributed banyan and ippa or mahua trees, considered sacred by the Adivasis. The Collector asked forest officials to ensure plantation of about 1,000 ippa trees in every Adivasi hamlet. Banyan trees were planted near the sacred tank associated with the temple.

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