जंगली हाथी से एक ग्रामीण की मौत: वन विभाग के तीन अधिकारी-कर्मचारी हुए निलंबित

Taking prompt action in compliance with the instructions of the Forest and Climate Change Minister Shri Mohammad Akbar, three departmental officers-employees under Forest Division Surajpur were suspended with immediate effect due to negligence in work Is. This action has been taken on the death of a villager there due to the crushing of a wild elephant. Among these suspended officers-employees, the sub-divisional officer-in-charge, zone officer Pratappur Shri Kamlesh Kumar Rai, zone assistant Pratappur zone Shri Gulshan Yadav and campus protector Pratappur zone Shri Jeetan Singh. It is worth noting that under Surajpur forest division, in village Sarhari, Patrapara of Pratappur zone. On the night of 28 September, at around 12 o’clock, a villager died after being trampled on his feet by a wild elephant. Due to negligence in work during the incident and inability to give proper explanation to the villagers, action has been taken to suspend the above three officers and employees. During the suspension period, the headquarters of the three officers-employees has been fixed at the Forest Division Office, Surajpur. Forest and Climate Change Minister Mr. Mohammad Akbar has recently taken a review meeting and has given strict instructions to all the departmental staff to take the human-elephant conflict in the state seriously and without taking any carelessness, including reducing the human-elephant conflict. Make coordinated efforts for control and proper management. During this, he has also laid special emphasis on public awareness, publicity and education of villagers for companionship with wild elephants and exchange of measures to avoid conflict with them. Under this, he directed to conduct various types of innovations, capacity development training and public awareness programs for conservation of elephants and minimizing the human-elephant conflict in the forest areas affected by wild elephants of the state. Is. Like this:Like Loading… Continue Reading