Raipur. To promote biodiversity in the state, Dabur India Limited has joined hands with the Chhattisgarh government. Under this agreement, Dabur India will protect the rare medicinal plants of the state and help the tribal families on their herbal products by purchasing herbal products based on herbs. In the first phase, more than four thousand families living in Chhattisgarh will be benefitted by this. During this agreement on Monday, Dr. JLN Shastri, representative of Dabur India, along with President of the State Medicinal Plant Board, Ram Pratap Singh, Vice President Dr. JP Sharma was present. Dr. Shastri, representative of Dabur India in the program organized in Deen Dayal Upadhyay Auditorium, said that there are 37 types of rare medicinal plants in Chhattisgarh that are not found at any other place in the country. He told that Dabar will also provide training to the people of Chhattisgarh with the protection of such plants and its vanishing Vidyogan. Initially Board Chairman Ram Pratap Singh provided detailed information about the herbal products of the state. Dr. AK Dwivedi, CEO of the Operations Board.