Green India Challenge: Prabhas Fans Association of Karnataka plants 180 saplings


Team Udayavani, Nov 1, 2020, 1:14 PM IST

Bengaluru: Prabhas Fans Association of Karnataka (PFAK) participated in Green India Challenge at Kidwai Cancer Hospital, Diary circle here and planted 180 medicinal plants.

They planted 180 medicinal plants including mosquito repellent plants in 1,500 square yards vacant land of Cancer Hospital.

Prabhas Fans Association of Karnataka would take up social activities every year drawing inspiration from ‘Rebel’ Stars Krishnam Raju and Prabhas. The association members have drawn inspiration to plant saplings from Prabhas in not only participating in Green India Challenge but also adopting 1,600 acres of Forest,” stated the the press note.

They association also pledged that they would develop 10,000 square feet’s of Cancer Hospital into Urban Forest.

Meanwhile, PFAK Founder President Ranjith Reddy thanked Rajya sabha MP Joginapally Santosh Kumar for initiating Green India Challenge. He thanked Kidwai Hospitals and Indus Hurbs for their cooperation in making the event successful.

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