Islamabad - The Capital Development Authority (CDA) would plant 100,000 trees sapling at Margalla Hills during autumn season, Member Environment Syed Mustafain Kazmi said.

Talking to APP, he said that Chairman CDA has directed the environment wing for plantation of flowering plants at all avenues, squares and parks of the federal capital to further enhance its natural beauty. He said that exhibition of autumn flowers and chrysanthemum flowers would be arranged at Rose and Jasmine Garden in December. Different species of autumn flowers and chrysanthemum flowers would be displayed during the upcoming exhibition, while participation of different departments in the upcoming autumn flowers show would also be ensured.

He said that such exhibitions are the best source of amusement, entertainment and recreational facility, directing the concerned formations of the Authority to invite school children, college students so that they could enjoy this facility. He said the tuck shops and other recreational facilities would be available for the children during the flowers exhibition including various rare species of birds.

Member said that autumn flowers and chrysanthemum flowers-show has become an annual festivity in Islamabad and people from all walks of life visits the flowers exhibition from twin cities of Islamabad, Rawalpindi and adjoining areas.