Ptr Security – North Kheri forest workers monitor the Pilibhit Forest

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Pilibhit. The Pilibhit Forest, which runs from Tatarganj across the Sharda River to the border of the Lakhimpur District, has been transferred to the Sampoornanagar range of Lakhimpur in recent years. Due to the lack of a special monitoring system, this precious forest is being destroyed. Wildlife is also hunted here, but local forest authorities are reluctant to take their own forest.
The forest of the district, which stretches for several kilometers from Tatarganj to the boundary of the district across the Sharda river, is being destroyed. In 1995 the government issued an order and decided that the forest falling on the border of the district should remain in the district’s forestry department. For this reason, the forest that fell as far as Khatima in the Uttarakhand region was transferred to Uttarakhand by the Pilibhit Forest Division. Including the Surai Range next to the Mahof Range. During this time there was talk of handing the forest over to Pilibhit up to the border of the Lakhimpur district, but the local forest officials refused to take over the said forest area due to a lack of staff. Therefore, the surveillance of the forest area in question is not carried out properly. For this reason, the forest from Tatarganj to the border of Lakhimpur is transferred to the Sampoornanagar range of the Lakhimpur district. However, two years ago officials also added 1,736.90 hectares of Shahjahanpur Forest Division’s forest to the district.
The rosewood forest is being exterminated due to lack of care
After being dragged out of the said forest area by the Pilibhit Forest Division, it is monitored by the forest staff of the Sampoornanagar Range. He had hoped that one day this forest would be handed over to the Pilibhit Forest Division, so he didn’t pay special attention to its protection. As a result, the aforementioned forest area began to be destroyed. Currently the forest is turning into a plain. In the area beyond the Sharda River, not only is the Shisham forest being exterminated, but wild animals are also hunted.
The forest area is increased by the formation of a new distribution area above Sharda. increase
Now the Pilibhit jungle has been declared a tiger reserve. That also gave the forest workers a lot of strength. Wildlife protection rights have also increased, but despite all of this, the Pilibhit Tiger Reserve Administration cannot muster the courage to conquer said forest area while the full reach of the Tiger Reserve can be built across the Sharda River. which extends to the Nepalese border and can also protect living beings.
The reserved forest area that falls from Tatarganj to the district border under the Puranpur-Tehsil area across the Sharda River is under the supervision of the North Kheri Forest Division. The Nord-Kheri Sampoornanagar range takes its responsibility seriously. In 2018, the Shahjahanpur Forest Division added 1,736.90 hectares of forest to the PTR. There is no information available on the transfer of forest areas in the Sharda Par region. Naveen Khandelwal, deputy director, Pilibhit Tiger Reserve

Pilibhit. The Pilibhit Forest, which runs from Tatarganj across the Sharda River to the border of the Lakhimpur District, has been transferred to the Sampoornanagar range of Lakhimpur in recent years. In the absence of a special monitoring system, this precious forest is being destroyed. Wildlife is also hunted here, but local forest authorities are reluctant to take their own forest.

The forest of the district, which stretches for several kilometers from Tatarganj to the boundary of the district across the Sharda river, is being destroyed. In 1995 the government issued an order and decided that the forest falling on the border of the district should remain in the district’s forestry department. For this reason, the forest that fell as far as Khatima in the Uttarakhand region was transferred to Uttarakhand by the Pilibhit Forest Division. Including the Surai Range next to the Mahof Range. During this time there was talk of handing the forest over to Pilibhit up to the border of the Lakhimpur district, but the local forest officials refused to take over the said forest area due to a lack of staff. Therefore, the surveillance of the forest area in question is not carried out properly. For this reason, the forest from Tatarganj to the border of Lakhimpur is transferred to the Sampoornanagar range of the Lakhimpur district. However, two years ago officials also added 1,736.90 hectares of Shahjahanpur Forest Division’s forest to the district.

The rosewood forest is being exterminated due to lack of care

After being dragged out of the said forest area by the Pilibhit Forest Division, it is monitored by the forest staff of the Sampoornanagar Range. He had hoped that one day this forest would be handed over to the Pilibhit Forest Division, so he didn’t pay special attention to its protection. As a result, the aforementioned forest area began to be destroyed. Currently the forest is turning into a plain. In the area beyond the Sharda River, not only is the Shisham forest being exterminated, but wild animals are also hunted.

The forest area is increased by the formation of a new distribution area above Sharda. increase

Now the Pilibhit jungle has been declared a tiger reserve. That also gave the forest workers a lot of strength. Wildlife protection rights have also increased, but despite all of this, the Pilibhit Tiger Reserve Administration cannot muster the courage to conquer said forest area while the full reach of the Tiger Reserve can be built across the Sharda River. which extends to the Nepalese border and can also protect living beings.

The reserved forest area that falls from Tatarganj to the district border under the Puranpur-Tehsil area across the Sharda River is under the supervision of the North Kheri Forest Division. The Nord-Kheri Sampoornanagar range takes its responsibility seriously. In 2018, the Shahjahanpur Forest Division added 1,736.90 hectares of forest to the PTR. There is no information available on the transfer of forest areas in the Sharda Par region. Naveen Khandelwal, deputy director, Pilibhit Tiger Reserve

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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