AKF appealed public to participate in 'Smog Free Lahore' drive.

ISLAMABAD -- Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan (AKF) Senior vice President Dr. Mushtaq Ahmad Mangat on Wednesday has appealed the public to take active part in ongoing "Smog free Lahore" tree plantation drive for safeguarding the environment from the negative effects of climate change.

'We need to take practical steps for environment protection and enhance green areas in the urban areas too", he said while talking to a private news channel.

He said Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan with the collaboration of government and PHA has kicked off 'Smog Free Lahore' campaign today (May 24) in which over 100,000 trees will be planted.

'We have to make Pakistan green, he said, adding, it is need of hour to abstain from negative effects of climate change".

He said the students of universities of the city in large...

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