Bakswaha Jungal Ki Jung Me Janpratnidhi Bhi Kude – Banda: People’s representatives also jumped into the battle of Bakswaha Jungle

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To tie. Officials have also started to come forward to save more than two lakh trees in Bakswaha Forest in Bundelkhand from being felled. While environmentalists seek the help of agitation and writing in the NGT, four Madhya Pradesh Assembly MLAs have sent letters to Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Prime Minister Narendra Modi requesting a review of the diamond mining project. These MLAs also include those of the ruling BJP party.
Maharajpur (Chhatarpur) Neeraj Vinod Dixit said in a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi that 2.15.875 trees from the Birla Group’s Heera project are to be felled. Today, when oxygen is bought through the sale of gold, silver and diamonds, diamonds are obtained by sacrificing oxygenating trees. Who will buy diamonds when there is no human life? The federal and state governments should reconsider this. MLA of the Bijawar (Chhatarpur) region Rajesh Shukla Bablu Bhaiya said in a letter to Prime Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan that he makes a living from the forest products here. When there is no forest, there are maintenance problems. Trees should be protected to save the generation.
Vipin Wankhede, MLA from Agar (Malwa, Madhya Pradesh) and Dr. Hiralal Alava, MLA and former assistant professor at AIIMS, New Delhi, said in a letter to Prime Minister Modi that out of more than two lakh trees, 40,000 are teak. Cutting them endangers the existence of the people who live here. It will be nothing short of a tragedy for the human community. The MLA quoted a Supreme Court special committee that said a tree was worth more than 1 billion. The MLA has called for the Bakaswaha diamond mining project to be terminated.
The environmentalists’ hard work was beginning to pay off
In order to save more than two lakh green trees in Bakswaha Forest, the hard work of the environmentalists is now paying off. Environmentalists, public representatives and many organizations have protested to save the forest. Chipko movement was also announced. Rescue operations take place daily in the Bakaswaha Forest. Now the topic has reached the NGT.
Friends of the environment refuel
Environmentalists are calling from most of the country to save Bundelkhand’s lush Buckswaha Forest. Protests are also held here in the forest. The Save Bakswaha Forest campaign is also carried out very quickly through webinars. So far, more than one lakh environmental lover have joined. Social media is also used extensively to save the Buckswaha forest.
Bundeli united by Uttar Pradesh-Madhya Pradesh
The Bundeli residents of the states of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh are fighting to save the greenery of Bundelkhand. Bundelkhand Rashtra Samiti, Bundeli Samaj Mahoba, Bundelkhand Navnirman Senas Vinay Tiwari, Allahabad University Research Student and environmental activist Rambabu Tiwari, Vice of Bundelkhand etc. are fully involved. On the other hand, the environmentalist Ashish Sagar Dixit from Banda is also working to raise awareness of the need to save the forests and trees of Bundelkhand, including Bakswaha.
Traveled to Delhi by bike on June 18th
The echo of the Buckswaha Forest rescue could reach Parliament’s threshold in the coming days. Environment friends have prepared for it. Dalchandra Mishra, an activist from Bundelkhand Rashtra Samiti, a resident of the Baberu area of ​​Banda, announced that he would be from the 18th. He has called on environmentalists to surround parliament.
Sword hangs on the trunks of 15 villages
About 15 villages are inhabited in the Bakswaha Forest. Most of the indigenous peoples live in these villages. The livelihood of these tribes depends on the forest itself. The destruction of the forest for the diamond mine will put hundreds of tribal families into an existential crisis.
Diamond mining worth 55 thousand crores in 50 years
According to the information, the mining company has leased diamond mining in Bakswaha Forest for 50 years. The approval was granted in 2019 itself. After the approval of the government of Madhya Pradesh, it is now necessary to get the green signal from the High Power Committee of the Union Environment Ministry. Mining here is expected to provide the company with approximately 55,000 crores worth of diamonds.

To tie. Officials have also started to come forward to save more than two lakh trees in Bakswaha Forest in Bundelkhand from being felled. While environmentalists seek the help of agitation and writing in the NGT, four Madhya Pradesh Assembly MLAs have sent letters to Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Prime Minister Narendra Modi requesting a review of the diamond mining project. These MLAs also include those of the ruling BJP party.

Maharajpur (Chhatarpur) Neeraj Vinod Dixit said in a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi that 2.15.875 trees from the Birla Group’s Heera project are to be felled. Today, when oxygen is bought through the sale of gold, silver and diamonds, diamonds are obtained by sacrificing oxygenating trees. Who will buy diamonds when there is no human life? The federal and state governments should reconsider this. MLA of the Bijawar (Chhatarpur) region Rajesh Shukla Bablu Bhaiya said in a letter to Prime Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan that he makes a living from the forest products here. When there is no forest, there are maintenance problems. Trees should be protected to save the generation.

Vipin Wankhede, MLA from Agar (Malwa, Madhya Pradesh) and Dr. Hiralal Alava, MLA and former assistant professor at AIIMS, New Delhi, said in a letter to Prime Minister Modi that out of more than two lakh trees, 40,000 are teak. Cutting them endangers the existence of the people who live here. It will be nothing short of a tragedy for the human community. The MLA quoted a Supreme Court special committee that said a tree costs more than 1 crore. The MLA has called for the Bakaswaha Diamond Mining Project to be terminated.

The environmentalists’ hard work was beginning to pay off

In order to save more than two lakh green trees in Bakswaha Forest, the hard work of the environmentalists is now paying off. Environmentalists, public representatives and many organizations have protested to save the forest. Chipko movement was also announced. Rescue operations take place daily in the Bakaswaha Forest. Now the topic has reached the NGT.

Friends of the environment refuel

Environmentalists are calling from most of the country to save Bundelkhand’s lush Buckswaha Forest. Protests are also held here in the forest. The Save Bakswaha Forest campaign is also carried out very quickly through webinars. So far, more than one lakh environmental lover have joined. Social media is also used extensively to save the Buckswaha forest.

Bundeli united by Uttar Pradesh-Madhya Pradesh

The Bundeli residents of the states of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh are fighting to save the greenery of Bundelkhand. Bundelkhand Rashtra Samiti, Bundeli Samaj Mahoba, Bundelkhand Navnirman Senas Vinay Tiwari, Allahabad University Research Student and environmental activist Rambabu Tiwari, Vice of Bundelkhand etc. are fully involved. On the other hand, the environmentalist Ashish Sagar Dixit from Banda is also working to raise awareness of the need to save the forests and trees of Bundelkhand, including Bakswaha.

Traveled to Delhi by bike on June 18th

The echo of the Buckswaha Forest rescue could reach Parliament’s threshold in the coming days. Environment friends have prepared for it. Dalchandra Mishra, an activist from Bundelkhand Rashtra Samiti, a resident of the Baberu area of ​​Banda, announced that he would be from the 18th. He has called on environmentalists to surround parliament.

Sword hangs on the trunks of 15 villages

About 15 villages are inhabited in the Bakswaha Forest. Most of the indigenous peoples live in these villages. The livelihood of these tribes depends on the forest itself. The destruction of the forest for the diamond mine will put hundreds of tribal families into an existential crisis.

Diamond mining worth 55 thousand crores in 50 years

According to the information, the mining company has leased diamond mining in Bakswaha Forest for 50 years. The approval was granted in 2019 itself. After the approval of the government of Madhya Pradesh, it is now necessary to get the green signal from the High Power Committee of the Union Environment Ministry. Mining here is expected to provide the company with approximately 55,000 crores worth of diamonds.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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