CM Basavaraja Bommai said he was hopeful that the decision will help the recovery of 50 to 60% of the green loss and ensure a sustainable life for the next generation.
Elephants liking paddy will lead to more conflicts: Wildlife experts on Chhattisgarh govt’s 'experimental' project
Wildlife experts have explicitly called the decision of the Chhattisgarh government's decision to use the surplus quantity of available paddy to feed the wild elephants “misconceived and inadvisable.”
DFOs have been apprised regarding the availability of paddy at various procurement centres at a high price Rs 2095 per quintal.
As his sister cried for help, the leopard fled, leaving the boy behind after dragging him for a few metres.
The tribunal directed states to provide necessary effective investigation machinery in the forest department to deal with such incidents in an effective manner.
On Tuesday, the department came up with a plan to use steel ropes as barricades in some places instead of rail barricades.
The residents have been rejuvenating watering holes through water tankers on a daily basis from Saturday, and so far, they have already sent six tankers to forest areas.
The man-animal conflict reached a new level in the Karnataka Assembly on Thursday, with the government planning to control the monkey menace through large-scale sterilisation.