Ngt Panel To Check Illegal Constructions In Nahargarh | Jaipur News

Jaipur: The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has formed a five-member committee chaired by the PCCF wildlife to check illegal constructions in the Nahargarh Wildlife Sanctuary Eco-Sensitive zone (ESZ). The RSPCB will be the nodal agency for co-ordination and compliance, and a report must be submitted on this within six weeks after visiting the site and collecting relevant information.
The tribunal gave directions while hearing a petition on a natural drain being made permanent and concretised in the wildlife sanctuary. This natural drain is one of the water sources for the Jal Mahal lake. “There is a natural drain running in the Wildlife Sanctuary, passing through Khasra No. 93, village Nahargarh which comes from a waterfall named ‘Prabhat Puri Ka Khola’ and merges ultimately with Jal Mahal Lake, therefore, a source of water recharge of the waterbody i.e., Jal Mahal Lake. 6. Applicant notice that recently some construction activities have started by converting natural drain with permanent construction…” states the NGT order copy. The order also mentions that the assistant conservator of forest, Nahargarh, Wildlife Sanctuary had sought a factual report on this on June 16 and informed the deputy conservator of forest wildlife, Jaipur to take effective steps for stopping the construction and also to raise fencing on sides of drain but “no effective steps have been taken so far.”

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