The illusion of the figures, the shade of 45 plants for each family

To tie. The government plantations on the rocky ground of Bundelkhand are very green. Whatever happens on the floor, that green is on files all over the place. The plantation numbers say the same. In the past two years, three million 90 lakh 15,000 657 seedlings have been claimed in all four districts of the Chitrakoot Dham Division, Banda, Hamirpur, Chitrakoot and Mahoba.
The area of ​​the four districts is 14,790 square kilometers. This means that there are an average of 2,638 trees in one square kilometer. There are also an average of 45 plants per family. Figures from the Chitrakootdham Division Forest Service show that 83 thousand seedlings were planted in the four districts of Division 1 crore 80 lakh last year in 2020-21. That was the goal. This year 2021-22 the goal is to plant two crore nine lakh 32 thousand 657 seedlings. During the special plantation campaign on July 4th, more than 10 lakh seedlings were also planted.
If the Forest Department’s data is to be believed, an average of 2,638 seedlings per square kilometer were planted in the four districts of Chitrakootdham Division in just two years. On the other hand, in terms of population, there are an average of eight trees per person in the Chitrakootdham division. The total population of the Mandal is 47 lakh 71 thousand 363 (according to the last census), while more than three million 90 lakh 15 thousand have been reported in the past two years. (Conversation)
2638 trees among 317 people
When juggling government data, the average is 45 plants per family in two years of plantation in Chitrakootdham Mandal. According to the census, there are 8 lakh 51 thousand 493 families in the four districts of Banda, Hamirpur, Mahoba and Chitrakoot. Plantation is done over 3.90 crores. The average population density in the mandal is 317 people per square kilometer. According to two-year plantation data, 2,638 seedlings among 317 people were planted in one square kilometer.
Population density, population and households per km² in the division
District density population of family
Banda 408 17.99.410 3.19.963
Chitracoot 3089.91.730 1.68.232
Mahoba 279 8.75.938 1.58.435
Hamirpur 275 04/11/285 2.04.863
Total – 1270 47.71.363 8.51.493
Note-Numbers of the Census-2011
Area of ​​the districts of Mandal (in km²) —
Banda- 4408
Chitracoot 3216
Mahoba- 3144
Hamirpur 4021
Total – 14,789
Plantation Mathematics in Chitrakoot Dham Mandal —
-1.80.83.000 in 2020-21
-2.09.32.657 in 2021-22
Total 3.90.15.657
2638 trees per square kilometer with an average of 317 inhabitants. An average of 45 plants per family in a circle
Commitment—
2 years plantation goal in the Mandal —
District 2020-21 2021-22
Banda 36.71.000 44.53.250
Chitrakoot 51.24.000 55.18.510
Hamirpur 52.10.000 55.30.987
Mahoba 40.78.000 54.29.905
Total 1.80.83.000 2.09.32.652
Forest policy has failed at juggling data
Even after juggling the data, the Bundelkhand and Chitrakootdham divisions failed to live up to the National Forest Policy. According to the forestry policy, 33 percent of the land area should be forest, but Banda has 1.80 percent, Mahoba 4.50 percent, Chitrakoot 21.66, Hamirpur has 3.6 percent forest area.
Looting of old tradition in plantation
The process of looting the state budget on behalf of the Bundelkhand plantation is old. The business of filling bags in the name of trees flourished in the BSP, SP, and BJP governments. The investigation was covered up. There are many examples of those who committed the fraud being turned over to the investigation. The Chitrakoot district is an example of this. Recently, the problem has also arisen that the payment to the contractor was made in disregard of government instructions. RTI activist Ashish Sagar has also filed a lawsuit in the Allahabad High Court along with the Bundelkhand fraud arguments for the past 10 years. Great officials of the government and the forestry office have made a party in this. The letter states that the CAG’s 2011-12 audit report revealed an irregularity of approximately Rs 40 crore in Bundelkhand’s plantation.
Grass forest in Guinness Book Plantation
Banda’s Government Medical College campus is enough to expose the government plantation. In 2016, five thousand seedlings were planted here in one hour. It also became widespread. It was inscribed on the Guinness Book of Records. After that nobody cared. The plants planted here were also destroyed. There is only wild grass here.

To tie. The government plantations on the rocky ground of Bundelkhand are very green. Whatever happens on the floor, that green is on files all over the place. The plantation numbers say the same. In the past two years, three million 90 lakh 15,000 657 seedlings have been claimed in all four districts of the Chitrakoot Dham Division, Banda, Hamirpur, Chitrakoot and Mahoba.

The area of ​​the four districts is 14,790 square kilometers. This means that there are an average of 2,638 trees in one square kilometer. There are also an average of 45 plants per family. Figures from the Chitrakootdham Division Forest Service show that 83 thousand seedlings were planted in the four districts of Division 1 crore 80 lakh last year in 2020-21. That was the goal. This year 2021-22 the goal is to plant two crore nine lakh 32 thousand 657 seedlings. During the special plantation campaign on July 4th, more than 10 lakh seedlings were also planted.

If the Forest Department’s data is to be believed, an average of 2,638 seedlings per square kilometer were planted in the four districts of Chitrakootdham Division in just two years. On the other hand, in terms of population, there are an average of eight trees per person in the Chitrakootdham division. The total population of the Mandal is 47 lakh 71 thousand 363 (according to the last census), while more than three million 90 lakh 15 thousand have been reported in the past two years. (Conversation)

2638 trees among 317 people

When juggling government data, the average is 45 plants per family in two years of plantation in Chitrakootdham Mandal. According to the census, there are 8 lakh 51 thousand 493 families in the four districts of Banda, Hamirpur, Mahoba and Chitrakoot. Plantation is done over 3.90 crores. The average population density in the mandal is 317 people per square kilometer. According to two-year plantation data, 2,638 seedlings among 317 people were planted in one square kilometer.

Population density, population and households per km² in the division

District density population of family

Banda 408 17.99.410 3.19.963

Chitracoot 3089.91.730 1.68.232

Mahoba 279 8.75.938 1.58.435

Hamirpur 275 04/11/285 2.04.863

Total – 1270 47.71.363 8.51.493

Note-Numbers of the Census-2011

Area of ​​the districts of Mandal (in km²) —

Banda- 4408

Chitracoot 3216

Mahoba- 3144

Hamirpur 4021

Total – 14,789

Plantation Mathematics in Chitrakoot Dham Mandal —

-1.80.83.000 in 2020-21

-2.09.32.657 in 2021-22

Total 3.90.15.657

2638 trees per square kilometer with an average of 317 inhabitants. An average of 45 plants per family in a circle

Commitment—

2 years plantation goal in the Mandal

District 2020-21 2021-22

Banda 36.71.000 44.53.250

Chitrakoot 51.24.000 55.18.510

Hamirpur 52.10.000 55.30.987

Mahoba 40.78.000 54.29.905

Total 1.80.83.000 2.09.32.652

Forest policy has failed at juggling data

Even after juggling the data, the Bundelkhand and Chitrakootdham divisions failed to live up to the National Forest Policy. According to the forestry policy, 33 percent of the land area should be forest, but Banda has 1.80 percent, Mahoba 4.50 percent, Chitrakoot 21.66, Hamirpur has 3.6 percent forest area.

Looting of old tradition in plantation

The process of looting the state budget on behalf of the Bundelkhand plantation is old. The business of filling bags in the name of trees flourished in the BSP, SP, and BJP governments. The investigation was covered up. There are many examples of those who committed the fraud being turned over to the investigation. The Chitrakoot district is an example of this. Recently, the problem has also arisen that the payment to the contractor was made in disregard of government instructions. RTI activist Ashish Sagar has also filed a lawsuit in the Allahabad High Court along with the Bundelkhand fraud arguments for the past 10 years. Great officials of the government and the forestry office have made a party in this. The letter states that the CAG’s 2011-12 audit report revealed an irregularity of approximately Rs 40 crore in Bundelkhand’s plantation.

Grass forest in Guinness Book Plantation

Banda’s Government Medical College campus is enough to expose the government plantation. In 2016, five thousand seedlings were planted here in one hour. It also became widespread. It was inscribed on the Guinness Book of Records. After that nobody cared. The plants planted here were also destroyed. There is only wild grass here.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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