Illegal tree pruning case – Then five mango trees were felled in Kamghat, reports filed against six including contractors

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Bisalpur. The illegal felling of green trees has started quickly as there is no permanent ranger from the Social Forestry Forest Division in the area. The riddle surrounding the fall of six trees in Bada village has yet to be solved as five mango trees were illegally felled in Kamghat village on Tuesday. Complaints were made against six people, including the contractor, in this matter.
Ranger Ranger Wazir Hasan from Social Forestry Bisalpur Range was transferred to PTR’s Barahi Range about two months ago. No new ranger has yet been appointed in his place. Wazir Hasan is responsible for both social forestry and PTR. Because of the double load, he cannot pay enough attention to the Bisalpur range. This is why illegal green tree felling is in full swing in the area. Three days ago, six mango and rosewood trees were illegally felled in the village of Bada. SDM Rakesh Gupta noted that police and forestry officials were involved in the cut in the investigation. The SDM has sent a report to the DM recommending action against the culprits of this harvest. The riddle of this harvest has not yet been solved, as five mango trees had been illegally cut down on Tuesday in the village of Kamghat and the wood had disappeared. Even the loggers made the roots disappear. When the forest office team arrived on site after receiving the information, all evidence was gone. The regional forest ranger Iqbal filed a complaint in Deoria Kotwali. CO Prashant Singh said that in response to the forest ranger’s complaint, a report was registered under the Uttar Pradesh Rural Protection Act and Forest Products Transport Regulations. The report named Kalicharan, Maikulal, Ramvilas, Tauleram, Bhuparam, residents of Kamghat village, garden owners, and Shahid Khan, resident of Deoria, the contractor who felled trees.
Response from the convened regional forest inspector
Bisalpur. Ranger Wazir Hasan called in the regional forest inspector Suresh Chandra’s response regarding the felling of six green trees in the village of Bada. SDM Rakesh Gupta has sent a report to the DM recommending action against the perpetrators for the illegal felling of six mango and rosewood trees in the village of Bada. In the report sent to the DM, the SDM said that the police and the field service employees of the forestry office had toleration in these illegal cases. On Wednesday, ranger Wazir Hasan called the response from regional forest inspector Suresh Chandra to the announcement of the matter. conversation

Bisalpur. The illegal felling of green trees has started quickly as there is no permanent ranger from the Social Forestry Forest Division in the area. The riddle surrounding the fall of six trees in Bada village has yet to be solved as five mango trees were illegally felled in Kamghat village on Tuesday. Complaints were made against six people, including the contractor, in this matter.

Ranger Ranger Wazir Hasan from Social Forestry Bisalpur Range was transferred to PTR’s Barahi Range about two months ago. No new ranger has yet been appointed in his place. Wazir Hasan is responsible for both social forestry and PTR. Because of the double load, he cannot pay enough attention to the Bisalpur range. This is why illegal green tree felling is in full swing in the area. Three days ago, six mango and rosewood trees were illegally felled in the village of Bada. SDM Rakesh Gupta noted that police and forestry officials were involved in the cut in the investigation. The SDM has sent a report to the DM recommending action against the culprits of this harvest. The riddle of this harvest has not yet been solved, as five mango trees had been illegally cut down on Tuesday in the village of Kamghat and the wood had disappeared. Even the loggers made the roots disappear. When the forest office team arrived on site after receiving the information, all evidence was gone. The regional forest ranger Iqbal filed a complaint in Deoria Kotwali. CO Prashant Singh said that in response to the forest ranger’s complaint, a report was registered under the Uttar Pradesh Rural Protection Act and Forest Products Transport Regulations. The report named Kalicharan, Maikulal, Ramvilas, Tauleram, Bhuparam, residents of Kamghat village, garden owners, and Shahid Khan, resident of Deoria, the contractor who felled trees.

Response from the convened regional forest inspector

Bisalpur. Ranger Wazir Hasan called in the regional forest inspector Suresh Chandra’s response regarding the felling of six green trees in the village of Bada. SDM Rakesh Gupta has sent a report to the DM recommending action against the perpetrators for the illegal felling of six mango and rosewood trees in the village of Bada. In the report sent to the DM, the SDM said that the police and the field service employees of the forestry office had toleration in these illegal cases. On Wednesday, ranger Wazir Hasan called the response from regional forest inspector Suresh Chandra to the announcement of the matter. conversation

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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