LAHORE: Chief Executive WBM Foundation Chaudhry Luqman Jajja said that large factories and old diesel vehicles are omitting smoke which has become dangerous for the environment, causing serious concerns to the individuals living around these areas. Addressing in regards to launching of the tree plantation campaign, he said that the removal of tree and forests on mass-scale had become dangerous for a healthy environment. He said that the government should ensure tree plantation mandatory with all the development projects. He said to protect human lives it is necessary that the government should take responsibility and take measures to control environmental pollution. He said that trees play an important role in eliminating environmental pollution and the forestry department should come out of slumber and launch spring anniversary campaign. Furthermore, he elaborated that all citizens, including universities, colleges and schools students should be included in working towards making a pollution free environment. He suggested that comprehensive awareness campaigns should be made on the loss of environmental waste. He said that the youth in particular needs to play their role in making Pakistan a prosperous country. Luqman also urged that the government should play its role to ensure healthy environment, otherwise environmental pollution would swallow our children’s future. It was added that planting saplings was a cost-effective way to fight pollution which had become an aggravating problem for many cities. Jajja said that his foundation was striving pollution in the country and was fighting in every possible way to end pollution with the help of campaigns and foreign aids.