Actress Raveena Tandon has urged people to save planet Earth by recycling and preserving.
Raveena, an ardent animal lover and an environmentalist, tweeted on Thursday: "Cars, fuel emissions, factory waste, garbage choked rivers, plastic waste ... are all our problems!"
"Everything's counted, slowly we are destroying this planet. Let's be aware and in our own way, try to recycle and preserve. Join in saving ... Save Aarey as well. One problem at a time."
Mumbai's green lung is Aarey Colony. It has been in the news as The Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Limited (MMRCL) filed an intervention plea against the National Green Tribunal order. In the plea, the MMRCL sought to axe 500 trees at Aarey Colony to set up a car shed.
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