India is getting all of its food from the zions fruit trees, a move that will help ease the country’s poverty problem.
The move has been welcomed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi who has said India will grow to be a global superpower.
Zions fruit tree is planted in Kannauj district of Maharashtra on October 1, 2016.
India’s zion program has been one of Modi’s top priorities in recent months, and the Prime Minister said on Friday that it was “a huge step forward” for the country.
He said that India was committed to providing the world with “fresh fruit, vegetables and fruits of all kinds.”
Modi said the plan would be implemented by 2025.
The new plan would also help the country to cut carbon emissions by as much as 40 per cent, which will help the planet.
Zion has been planted in a vast area of Maharashtra, including the coastal region of Kerala and the state of Karnataka.
The government has invested more than Rs. 3,000 crore in planting Zions, which are planted in small plots at various locations around the country and across the globe.
India will have to work with its neighbors to increase the number of zions in the area of the project.
India has also announced plans to raise the number and density of zisons to ensure a healthy harvest.