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He spoke regretfully about the environment, and its deterioration, and urged people to get involved in greening activities before villages become unlivable. His village in Yelahanka taluk near Bengaluru is his area of operation, where he works with his two friends, Murali and Manjunath, who also funded the project. It took Subramani around 6-7 years to plant, regularly maintain and water the plants, which include mango, sampige, neem and other saplings. Due to his efforts, the village of Doddatumkuru has 50-60 saplings along the water tanks. Those saplings have benefitted the bird and animal species along the area’s wetlands. He appeals to the state government to provide one or two acres of land so that he can develop a forest, to ease the harms of the concrete urban jungle. Subramani’s obsession with his green pursuits is proof that whatever he does, he puts everything into it. He also participates in annual festival events, dramas and other cultural events. For international sporting events, the Rajanukunte Gram Panchayat came forward to fund his participation in Sri Lanka, and Nepal. Subramani is grateful and appreciates the help provided, saying that the gram panchayat has helped his kids pursue an education, and provided a fund for his events. He was coached by University player Mahendra in discus throw and javelin. Subramani wants to combine his love for sports and conservation. He wants to spread the green movement across Karnataka, and he will only concentrate on discus throw and javelin to win more gold medals so his forest dream can be fulfilled.
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