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Mumbai , Maharashtra Sitaram Mewati 2019-06-06

On world environment day - "walk for mangroves" an initiative by Mohit Bharatiya was organized with much fanfare. The initiative was named, Save Mangroves Save Livelihood! Taking forward this front line Mohit Bharatiya organized a "Walk for mangroves" on World Environment Day with approximately more than 1000 people supporting this initiative and walking for the betterment of the environment.


It maybe noted that, this kind of Initiative can help Mumbaikars to cope up with Mumbai Rains since Mangroves have stilt-like roots which form an intricate structure for coping with saline tides and changing water levels, and this act as buffers against floods.


Leading celebrities from Bollywood came in large number to support this initiave. The celebrities included Mohit Bharatiya, Aditi Govitrikar, Vindu Dara Singh, Ali Asgar, Bakhtiyaar Irani, Tanaaz Irani, Kishwar Merchant, Deepshikha Nagpal, Suyyash Rai, Amar Upadhyay, Prasad Laad and Kanwalpreet Singh.


Mohit Bharatiya, President Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha Mumbai (BJYM) says “The decline of our mangrove forests should be of particular concern to all of us. I have taken this crucial first step towards the securing and restoration of our mangrove forests on a perfect World Environment Day. I am glad many people have come forward and are supporting me for this noble cause".  


About Mohit Bharatiya:

Mohit Bharatiya is an Indian politician who is the current President of BJYM Mumbai since November 2016 also Re-elected as a National President of IBJA on 23 January 2018. He is the vice President of My Home India, Founder of Proud Bharatiya Foundation. He is also Chairman of Mohit Bharatiya Foundation.He was the Vice President of BJP Mumbai from 2013 to 2014. He was also an MLA candidate of BJP from Dindoshi Vidhansabha in 2014 and he actively participated in social activities. Mohit Bharatiya, a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

Author : Sitaram Mewati - Award Winning Journalist
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