LAHORE: Team Sar-e-Aam which is on a mission to plant 1.4million trees till Independence day, set a unique record on Friday in Lahore’s Pak Turk School, ARY News reported.
Team Sar-e-Aam led by ARY News anchor Iqrar-ul-Hassan and helped by the school’s young students planted 71 trees in less than 71 seconds.
As the Sar-e-Aam host and team leader reached the school today, he urged the children to plant 71 trees in 71 seconds. The figure 71 was chosen because Pakistan will be celebrating its 71st Independence day on August 14, 2018.
The tree plantation drive was started on August 1 by Iqrar-ul-Hassan from Karachi while team members are also planting trees in other parts of the country.
#TeamSareAam is starting it’s 1.4 million Trees Campaign for 14th August with these amazing pictures. Our Team Member Sajjad in a small city of Jatoi (Muzaffargarh) planted 15 Trees on his own… Let’s do it Janbazaan-e-Pakistan #سبزپاکستان pic.twitter.com/yh188Ihc1o
— Iqrar ul Hassan Syed (@iqrarulhassan) August 1, 2018
“TeamSareAam has launched a tree plantation campaign nationwide, target is to plant 1.4 million trees till 14th august. To spread the message we are visiting universities, colleges and Madaris (religious seminaries as well,” Iqrar-ul-Hassan had written on Twitter.
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