Most of us don’t take initiative on the pretext that a single man cannot make any significant impact to its environment or surroundings. Well, Ram Kishan, an octogenarian and a retired school teacher is an exception, who chose to travel 35 km to the Delhi High Court for a cause- conservation of four water bodies in Ranikhera, Kanjhawala, in North-West Delhi. Ram Kishan, through a relevant PIL, to the Chief Justice, came forth, without any personal interest to nurture a cause relating to the public and environment at large. Not only Kishan came to witness the proceedings, but also produced before the court some valid testimonials and documents pertaining to the water bodies. As a result, the bench asked the Delhi Government, Municipal Corporation of Delhi and Delhi Development Authority to visit the area and ensure that the water bodies are preserved. All this became possible due to the relentless efforts of Ram Kishan, who tried to preserve the aesthetic beauty of the water bodies and further stating the significance of protecting the environment and maintaining the ecological balance. The directive passed by the Delhi High court was possible due to the efforts of Ram Kishan. He is an apt example that others must try to follow and emulate his efforts and conduct.
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