New Delhi, June 5: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his cabinet colleagues on the occasion of World Environment Day on Friday took a pledge to support environment conservation.
The chief minister planted a sapling at Delhi Secretariat. [In Pics: How World Environment Day is being observed in India]
"We must seriously take the pledge to protect nature and imbibe it in our daily life. Environment conservation should be our top priority," Kejriwal said.
He also flagged off battery-run cars on the occasion.
Deputy Chief Minister Sisodia, other Delhi ministers and Chief Secretary K.K. Sharma too planted saplings in the secretariat complex, an official said.