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All the residents of Faridabad and travelers of Badkhal Pali road must have experienced a stinky smell and cloud of smoke while passing by the main Badkhal Pali Road just opposite gate number 3 of Sainik Colony Sector 49, Faridabad.
There is a govt land of around 1 Kilometer being used as an unauthorized Garbage Dumping Yard by the nearby colonies and villages. This might be giving peace to the garbage throwers but is a big problem to the city. Around was a beautiful ridge area around 15 years ago but after development, its shape is changed.
Save Aravali Trust wrote multiple letters, filed many complaints but got nothing from any concerned body and in last thought of converting it into a City Forest.
A video with details about the City Forest.
City/Urban Forest, as we know, is a concept that’s anyways a boon for its multiple advantages to the society and environment. The excellence superimposed in our proposal is that ‘Save Aravali’ will do it all by itself without seeking any financial help from the city administration.
After so many efforts and little success in growing trees in barren land we have got little success in developing green bushes and some plants of Neem, Peepal, Bad, Papri, Pilkhan, Jungle Jalebi, Desi Keekar, Bakaan, and Ronjh etc.
Many Birds have taken shelter in the city forest.
Badkhal Pali Road opposite gate number 3 of Sainik Colony Sector 49, Faridabad.
We faced many challenges in growing this forest and still facing many challenges.
We are happy to have the partnership of following government departments-
and the following private/social organizations-