Prez Bhandari plants sapling at Biodiversity Park in India
NEW DELHI: President Bidya Devi Bhandari who is in New Delhi for a 5-day state visit to India, has planted a sapling at the bio-diversity park of Yamuna Gardens at Jagatpur Road of India.
The President planted a 'mahuwa' sapling in the garden that spread over an area of 457 acres.
President Bhandari was accompanied by the Nepali delegation members and India's Minister of State for Women and Child Development, Krishna Raj, on the occasion.
Earlier, President Bhandari visited Mahatma Gandhi's memorial at Rajghat and paid tribute to Gandhi today itself. She also receive a guard of honour at the Rastrapati Bhawan.