Earlier, actor Kangana Ranaut had expressed her disappointment by saying how the trees that are fallen during the cyclone are brutally chopped off. She urged the BMC to plant new saplings in their place otherwise, as per her, failure to do so will encourage people to put concrete on it, making the land infertile. She even said that if ‘BMC can’t then the Mumbai Police should take the responsibility.’ Now, Ranaut recently took to her Instagram account to inform everyone that she has planted around 20 trees after the Tauktae cyclone affected Mumbai and Gujarat environment. She even asks BMC and Gujarat government to plant more trees
Kangana Ranaut took to her Instagram and mentioned, “Today I planted 20 trees, we only ask what I got, sometimes please ask what I gave back to this planet also!!! In recent cyclone Tauktae Mumbai lost more than 70 per cent of its trees and Gujrat lost more than 50 thousands trees, these trees take decades to grow, how can we loose them every year like this, who is compensating for this loss? How are we preventing our cities from becoming concrete jungles? We must ask ourselves did we ask authorities the right questions? What are we giving back to our country?”
Requesting BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) and the government of Gujarat to plant trees having medicinal values, the actress further wrote: "I am requesting concerned Mumbai @my_bmc and Gujrat @gujarattourism governments to plant Neem, Pipal and bargad trees wherever trees are uprooted... Above mentioned trees have medicinal qualities, not only they clean air nourish the soil they also emit extraordinary amount of oxygen.... let's save our cities, save our trees our planet that's the only way to save ourselves.”
On the work front, Kangana Ranaut will next be seen in Thalaivi which is a biopic on the former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, J. Jayalalithaa. She also has Tejas and Dhaakad which are touted to be highly-anticipated films right now. ALSO READ: Kangana Ranaut Shares A List Of ‘Lessons From The Pandemic’ Post COVID-19 Recovery; ‘Don’t Beg From Poor People For Funds If You Are Rich’
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