Bhubaneswar: On the eve of World Environment Day this year, PNV Group- one of the most recognized Odisha based Media Communication and Event Management Company has observed this so cause day with an novel hastag initiative “#green home clean air” at Bhubaneswar, Odisha on 5th June 2019. In the morning at 6 AM, employees from PNV Group congregated near the Press Club, Bhubaneswar with an aim for gifting samplings to every household of Bhubaneswar with a motto to save the earth and make it greener by plantation.
At the outset of such initiative, Shri Ashok Chandra Panda, Minister of State (Independent Charge), Science & Technology, Public Enterprises, Social Security & Empowerment of persons with disability; Shri Ananta Narayan Jena, MLA, Central Bhubaneswar Constituency; Smt. Latika Pradhan, MLA, Kabi Surjya Nagar, Odia Actress Anu Choudhury and so many other dignitaries became a part of this go green initiative and also samplings were distributed to them. The respected dignitaries extended their co-operative hands to build up a new Odisha.
Keeping a vigil upon the theme of this year World Environment Day “Beat the Air Pollution”, PNV Group has set up a neoteric tone to beat back Fani devastation. Speaking on this occasion Shri Satyabrat Sanu Ratho, Founder, PNV Group proposed his heartfelt thanks to everyone who became a part of this green drive initiative of gifting plants. He further said, such initiative is not only a day long programme rather it will carry forward further by providing samplings to every single household of the twin city. He also urged the citizens to become a part of this imperial cause.
Earlier on 3rd May 2019, severe super cyclonic storm Fani made devastations at Odisha coast. Around 10 lakh trees in twin city severely damaged and some of those uprooted, which hampered the scenic beauty of twin city. By keeping a promise to make our earth greener, this year PNV Group has came up with a best idea for distributing samplings to urban households. Such initiative will last longer and by this PNV Group has aimed to plant maximum number of trees which have been damaged due to natural calamity.