Karachi, December 19, 2012 (PPI-OT): Following the directive of Administrator Karachi Muhammad Hussain Syed Parks and Horticulture Department has finalized all arrangements of five day Gul-e-Dawoodi exhibition in Bagh-e-Ibn-e-Qasim Clifton from 22nd Dec.
Governor of Sindh Dr. Ishrat-ul-Ibad Khan will inaugurate this exhibition in Bagh-e-Ibn-e-Qasim Clifton on 22nd Dec. It is expected that a large number of citizens will visit Bagh-e-Ibn-e-Qasim on the occasion of Gul-e-Dawoodi Exhibition.
Gul-e-Dawoodi exhibition was a part of plantation and growth of seasonal flowers campaign during winter season under which necessary measures were being taken for greenery and plantation of winter season in the city whereas Parks and Horticulture Department was establishing nurseries for the growth of plants and flowers in various areas to reduce environmental pollution and make city green and attractive.
Parks and Horticulture Department had prepared above 12 thousand plants from the various types of seeds imported from Holland for growth of seasonal flowers which would be planted in parks, roads and corridors of the city soon.
Administrator Karachi in this connection directed parks and horticulture department to hold the exhibition of seasonal and rare flowers along with plantation campaign so that it would help create familiarity of plants and flowers among people. Administrator Karachi said that flowers and trees were a precious gift from nature and they interpret our feelings and emotions on various occasions of life and they also improve the environment.
He said KMC had been arranging the exhibition of Gul-e-Dawoodi during winter season in which different departments including towns of the city participate. He said the growth of vegetables and fruits was not only high in winter season but a large quantity of colored and attractive flowers bloom as well therefore a good number of plants and seasonal flowers should be planted in parks, roads and corridors in the city so that citizens would feel better and enjoy this attractive season.
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