Forest officer stopped plowing woodland

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Villagers survey hundreds of Bigha’s woodlands in Shishtola Village in the Frontier Province. On Saturday a farmer introduced the cultivation code on this woodland. The villagers informed the forestry office about it. Then the forest officer who had arrived had operations stopped.
Attempts have been made for years to conquer woodland in Shishtola, bordering the border with Chhattisgarh. As soon as it rained on Saturday, a farmer began plowing the fields with a plow ox. Former chief husband PD Jaiswal said hundreds of Bigha’s woodlands are in the process of capturing the villagers. Every year the forestry department fails to stop it. Villagers gradually occupy several bighas of woodland adjacent to the village. When the forest office found out about this, the forest officer went to the site and stopped plowing the field. According to the same villagers, due to the neglect of the department, the forest is continuously shrinking. The villagers called for action by drawing the attention of department officials to them. The forestry department should secure the woodland by digging a safety trench in the woodland. In this regard, forest official Avadh Narayan Mishra said the matter is being investigated. Currently, the holding code has only been created on two Biswa properties.

Villagers survey hundreds of Bigha’s woodlands in Shishtola Village in the Frontier Province. On Saturday a farmer introduced the cultivation code on this woodland. The villagers informed the forestry office about it. Then the forest officer who had arrived had operations stopped.

Attempts have been made for years to conquer woodland in Shishtola, bordering the border with Chhattisgarh. As soon as it rained on Saturday, a farmer began plowing the fields with a plow ox. Former chief husband PD Jaiswal said hundreds of Bigha’s woodlands are in the process of capturing the villagers. Every year the forestry department fails to stop it. Villagers gradually occupy several bighas of woodland adjacent to the village. When the forest office found out about this, the forest officer went to the site and stopped plowing the field. According to the same villagers, due to the neglect of the department, the forest is continuously shrinking. The villagers called for action by drawing the attention of department officials to them. The forestry department should secure the woodland by digging a safety trench in the woodland. In this regard, forest official Avadh Narayan Mishra said the matter is being investigated. Currently, the holding code has only been created on two Biswa properties.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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