28 MLAs took oath as ministers in Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh's cabinet on June 02, including ex-Congress leaders. On including these ex-congressmen, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said, "Now everyone is in BJP and we will work together for the development and prosperity of the public of Madhya Pradesh." He said, "Keeping intact the respect and position of all members, BJP will move forward. And if anything comes up which will need more attention then we will definitely pay attention and fix it."
Chief Minister of Gujarat, Vijay Rupani arrived at Shree Jagannathji Temple in Ahmedabad for Rath Yatra to be held inside the premises on June 23. However, High Court denied the permission for Rath Yatra due to COVID-19. While speaking to media persons, CM Rupani said, "Hearing continued at the High Court till late last night but we could not get permission for Rath Yatra due to COVID-19. I thank the trustee and mahant of the temple for understanding the situation and arranging Rath Yatra inside the temple premises."
Once a popular bird sanctuary in Mandagadde has now become a place with less variety of birds. According to an environmentalist, Ajay Kumar Sharma, the number of migratory birds decreasing due to lack of Holelakki trees (Vitex Leucoxylon). Holelakki is a native variety of Western Ghats knows as water peacock's foot tree. The tree provide shelter to migratory birds for nesting and breeding. Over a decade, the development activities, road widening, sand extraction destroyed the tree variety. Due to lack of trees, the birds shifting their places, where Holelakki trees have been survived.
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