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To tie. The efforts of environmentalists to save more than two lakh green trees from Bakswaha Forest for the Bundelkhand diamond mine are now paying off. On June 5, environmentalists filed a petition with the National Green Tribunal (NGT) to save trees from being felled, on which the NGT issued a notice to the Birla Group mining company involved in the diamond mining program. seeks his answer in 15 days.
The NGT has also requested a report from the mining company on the assessment of the environmental impact of deforestation. The Heera project is being implemented in the Bakswaha Forest in the Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh in Bundelkhand. The government of Madhya Pradesh has awarded the country’s renowned Axel Mining Industries a 50-year lease to mine diamonds in Bakswaha, approximately 382 hectares of wild land. This company is part of the Birla Group. Delhi’s PG Nath Pandey and Rajat Bhargava submitted the petition through attorney Prabhat Yadav. Neha Singh has already filed a complaint with the Supreme Court on the matter. His lawyer is Preet Singh.
The petition filed with the NGT states that the diamond mining project is likely to cause damage to the biological environment. It was demanded that no environmental clearance (No Objection Certificate) should be issued for diamond mining in the Bakswaha Forest. However, the mining company claims from the start that the diamond mining project will not cause any environmental damage. Environmentalists say that 2.15 lakh trees and plants will be felled in the project.

To tie. The efforts of environmentalists to save more than two lakh green trees from Bakswaha Forest for the Bundelkhand diamond mine are now paying off. On June 5, environmentalists filed a petition with the National Green Tribunal (NGT) to save trees from being felled, on which the NGT issued a notice to the Birla Group mining company involved in the diamond mining program. seeks his answer in 15 days.

The NGT has also requested a report from the mining company on the assessment of the environmental impact of deforestation. The Heera project is being implemented in the Bakswaha Forest in the Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh in Bundelkhand. The government of Madhya Pradesh has awarded the country’s renowned Axel Mining Industries a 50-year lease to mine diamonds in Bakswaha, approximately 382 hectares of wild land. This company is part of the Birla Group. Delhi’s PG Nath Pandey and Rajat Bhargava submitted the petition through attorney Prabhat Yadav. Neha Singh has already filed a complaint with the Supreme Court on the matter. His lawyer is Preet Singh.

The petition filed with the NGT states that the diamond mining project is likely to cause damage to the biological environment. It was demanded that no environmental clearance (No Objection Certificate) should be issued for diamond mining in the Bakswaha Forest. However, the mining company claims from the start that the diamond mining project will not cause any environmental damage. Environmentalists say that 2.15 lakh trees and plants will be felled in the project.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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