Ngt Ban on deforestation in Bakshwaha

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To tie. The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has banned trees from being felled for diamond mining in Bakswaha Forest in Bundelkhand. In a 24-page injunction on Wednesday (June 30th), the NGT asked the center and government of Madhya Pradesh to respond within four weeks.
The MP government has awarded the Birla Group’s Axel Mining and Industries Company a 50-year lease for a 382.13 hectare diamond mine in the Bakswaha Forest of Chhatarpur, Madhya Pradesh. More than 2 lakh 15,000 green trees are felled in the forest. There is widespread opposition to this. Many organizations are agitating.
Delhi’s environmental advocate, lawyers Dr. PG Najpandey and Ujjwal Sharma, recently filed a lawsuit with the NGT asking for the diamond mining project to be postponed and citing the environmental damage caused by the felling of many trees. The government of Central and Madhya Pradesh was elevated to a party in writing.
After the hearing on June 30th, the NGT issued an injunction. The injunction issued by Judges CO Kumar Singh (Judicial Member) and Arun Kumar Verma (Expert Member) stated that it should be ensured that no forest laws are violated under any circumstances.
The environmental balance should be preserved. He said that under the Indian Forest Act of 1927 and 1980, no tree should be felled until clearance (approval) has been obtained from the Department of Forestry. He said the government should also investigate how many people are suffering from this project and how many people are benefiting from it. The NGT has scheduled the next hearing on August 27th.

To tie. The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has banned trees from being felled for diamond mining in Bakswaha Forest in Bundelkhand. In a 24-page injunction on Wednesday (June 30th), the NGT called on the center and government of Madhya Pradesh to respond within four weeks.

The MP government has awarded the Birla Group’s Axel Mining and Industries Company a 50-year lease for a 382.13 hectare diamond mine in the Bakswaha Forest of Chhatarpur, Madhya Pradesh. More than 2 lakh 15,000 green trees are felled in the forest. There is widespread opposition to this. Many organizations are agitating.

Delhi’s environmental advocate, lawyers Dr. PG Najpandey and Ujjwal Sharma, recently filed a lawsuit with the NGT asking for the diamond mining project to be postponed and citing the environmental damage caused by the felling of many trees. The government of Central and Madhya Pradesh was elevated to a party in writing.

After the hearing on June 30th, the NGT issued an injunction. The injunction issued by Judges CO Kumar Singh (Judicial Member) and Arun Kumar Verma (Expert Member) stated that it should be ensured that no forest laws are violated under any circumstances.

The environmental balance should be preserved. He said that under the Indian Forest Act of 1927 and 1980, no tree should be felled until clearance (approval) has been obtained from the Department of Forestry. He said the government should also investigate how many people are suffering from this project and how many people are benefiting from it. The NGT has scheduled the next hearing on August 27th.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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