Champawat Uttarakhand Nepal Encroached On Five Hectare Land Of Forest Department On Border
Uttarakhand News: Nepal has encroached on five hectares of forest...
Uttarakhand News: Nepal has encroached on five hectares of forest department land on the Indo-Nepal border in Champawat of Uttarakhand. Giving this information, an official of Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) said that the force has sent a report in this regard to the Union Home Ministry. At the same time, the State Forest Department has also sent a report to the government regarding the encroachment of Nepal. According to the Forest Department, about five hectares of Indian forest area is currently under encroachment by Nepal and under the encroachment done on this land in the last three decades, temporary huts and shops have also been built along with pucca construction.
Encroachment has been going on for 30 years – Forest Department
Seema Sashastra Bal (SSB) Assistant Commandant Abhinav Tomar said about Nepal’s encroachment on Indian land, that it has not been done recently. He said that the report of Nepal’s encroachment has been sent to the Union Home Ministry. Now only the teams of Survey of India and Survey of Nepal will solve it by doing survey. On the other hand, according to the Forest Department, many places in Brahmadev, including Sharda Island of Indo-Nepal border adjoining Tanakpur Sharda range of the district, have been encroached by Nepal for the last 30 years.
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There have been disputes on the border many times – Tanakpur Ranger
Tanakpur Ranger Mahesh Bisht told that Nepal has encroachment on about five hectares of land in the Indian forest area along the border. Bisht said that along with the pucca houses of Nepal, temporary huts and shops have been built at the places of encroachment. He said that there have been disputes on the border about this land many times. Bisht said that the Forest Department has also sent a report of encroachment from its level to the Uttarakhand Government and the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India.
The report has been sent three times – officer
According to officials, reports of this encroachment have been sent to the Home Ministry and the Uttarakhand government three times between 2010 and 2021 by the SSB and the Forest Department. He told that this issue was also raised in the meeting held between the officials of India and Nepal last month, then after mutual consent, the matter of survey was done by the border survey teams of both the countries.
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