Hasdeo Forest: जिस जंगल में भगवान श्री राम ने वनवास काटा उस जंगल को सरकार ने राम मंदिर प्राण प्रतिष्ठा से पहले किया अडानी के हवाले

Hasdeo Forest: Trees are being cut from the forest for coal mining in Hasdeo forest in Chhattisgarh The Congress Yuva Morcha said, “The forests of Hasdeo are being cut for the benefit of a corporate i.e. Adani Group.  He highlighted how since  2014, the forests of Hasdeo were declared a no-go zone, but have been ignored time and again. Thousands of trees have been cut in 137 hectares of biodiversity-rich forest in Hasdeo forest while local people are divided over mining in old mines,  while the entire tribal society is unanimous in opposing mining in new mines. The PECB and Parsa coal blocks have been allocated to the Adani Group-run Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam.

How many Hectares is Hasdeo Forest Spread in?

Chhattisgarh forest department officials started cutting more than 15,000 trees in the Hasdeo forest, a biodiversity-rich area spread over 170,000  hectares. said in a media statement

He said that although the official number of trees to be cut was  15,307, local indigenous leaders claim that many of the smaller trees listed as shrubs and shrubs are also facing the axe. “It is likely that the forest department officials have already cut more than 30,000 trees and there is a looming threat of cutting another  250,000  trees in the coming days,” Ekta said”.

Harvesting of Hasdeo Forest

A total of five billion tons of coal is estimated to be under the dense forest area. Former deputy chief minister TS Singhdeo spoke to Chief Minister Vishnu Deo Sai over the phone. He has given information on tree felling in Hasdeo and demanded a ban on opening new mines.

Harvesting of Hasdeo Forest

When the felling of trees started in Hasdeo Aranya, police personnel were deployed. Apart from this, those who are eco-friendly were put under house arrest. One of them, Alok Shukla, head of Chhattisgarh Rescue Organization, has been campaigning to save Hasdeo on Twitter. He wrote on Twitter that this destruction is only for the insistence of a capitalist, who wants to make profits by extracting coal from Hasdeo. Nature will never forgive the Hasdev which is the home of innumerable creatures and  animals, the way our breath moves, such destruction,  nature.

Who is Responsible for the Felling of the Hasdeo Forest

Who is Responsible for the Felling of the Hasdeo Forest

Thousands of trees have been felled for the past one week to open a coal mine in the Hasdeo Aranya in north Chhattisgarh. But local tribals are opposing the felling of trees. This protest has now started in a big way. The Congress has started preparing for a big movement to surround the BJP government of the state. On the other hand, Chief Minister Vishnu Deo Sai has blamed the Congress for the deforestation in Hasdeo. Talking to the media, he said that the Congress government is solely responsible for the deforestation in Hasdeo. The Hasdeo forest has been cut on the orders of the previous Bhupesh Baghel government.

Disadvantages of Harvesting the Hasdeo Forest
Disadvantages of Harvesting the Hasdeo Forest

Our area is tribal-dominated. Animal husbandry, agriculture, small scale industries are all there and in the mining that is going on, the entire forest will be removed, the soil will be turned over and coal will be extracted, due to which our small scale industries will be completely destroyed and our people dependent on it will be affected all that will end.

Hasdeo Forest Protection

According to experts, Hasdeo forest cutting started in the previous government, which was fiercely opposed. Millions of trees were cut earlier. But in the midst of this harvest, the statement of Chhattisgarh Deputy Chief Minister that even a leaf was cut in Hasdeo, if a bullet was fired, that bullet would hit his chest. ‌

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