HC slams state government, said 'if authorities don't reform themselves...'
HC slams state government, said 'if authorities don't reform themselves...'

Ranchi: The Jharkhand High Court on Friday once again raised strong questions on the state government's plans for conservation of forest areas and wildlife and said in two pieces that nothing will happen only from the vision document but the department will have to work on the land, a division bench of Chief Justice Dr Ravi Ranjan and Justice Sujeet Narayan Prasad, under its suo-moto cognizance of the death of elephants in the state. At the time of the hearing, nothing will happen to the vision document alone. The department has to work at the grassroots level. The department will have to appoint only officers or employees who love forests and animals.'

Due to the same hearing, the principal secretary of the forest department, PCCF and several officers were connected online in the court. Due to this, a vision document was presented by the government to save the forest and animals. To this, the court said, "Forests and animals cannot be saved by bookish knowledge. For this, you have to work at the grassroots level. There will have to be such trees in the forest, from which the herbivores stay there, only then the carnivorous animals will also stay there. People in the villages are worried about nilgai and there are no animals in the forest.''

The court said that if the officers do not improve themselves, the forests will continue to be destroyed. In this case, the court made the National Tiger Conservation Authority a respondent and directed it to file a reply in the incident. The next hearing in the event will take place after two weeks. In the wake of the same hearing, the court said, "Smart cities are being built in the HEC area. The trees were cut down while there is a secretariat nearby. What measures were taken by the Government to maintain the greenery there? Has the government formulated any scheme for this?' It was on the direction of the High Court that 3 Kalpataru trees in Doranda were preserved. On the other hand, an affidavit was filed on behalf of the government stating that a lot of work is being done in the Palamu Tiger project. A team from Dehradun has visited. Some CCTV cameras have been installed, from which details of the tigers are being collected. 

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