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Uttarakhand : CM Dhami inaugurated wildlife week at Lachhiwala Nature Park, wildlife conflict relief amount was 15 lakhs

On the occasion of the launch of the program, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami said that wild animals are revered for us. These creatures are part of our culture and their protection and promotion is necessary for us. Many programs of awareness about wildlife will be organized for a week.

CM Dhami said that forests have a huge contribution in our lives. We have 71% forest area in Uttarakhand. We are proud of this. Today we need to preserve forests and wildlife. We all have a duty that how we have to save the environment.

To preserve and promote the environment in the program, school children presented street plays and cultural programs. Some school children presented Korean nests and handicraft products to Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami. At the same time, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami gave checks of Rs 30,000 to 16 people who were injured in saving forests from forest fire and attack by wild animals. At the same time, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami has increased the amount of people injured in conflict with wildlife from Rs 4 lakh to 5 lakh and for loss of life to Rs 15 lakh. Forest Minister Subodh Uniyal and Doiwala MLA Braj Bhushan Gairola along with officials of Forest Department and Rajaji Reserve Tiger Park were present in the program.

Departmental officials said that Lachhiwala Nature Park is full of natural beauty. Last year this place has been given the status of Nature Park. This place has been developed as an entertainment venue. The facilities from small children to old people have been taken care of here.

The Chief Minister inaugurated the Wildlife Week program by reaching this park. At the same time, the officers of the Forest Department were busy in preparations for the arrival of the Chief Minister. Lachhiwala Nature Park has been built at a cost of Rs 6 crore. Natural beauty, fountain, museum and other motor-operated swings can be enjoyed in Lachhiwala Nature Park.

Lachhiwala Range Officer Ghananand Uniyal said that after the opening of the park, tourists are reaching Lachhiwala Nature Park in large numbers. The department is also getting income from the opening of the park. He told that a ticket of Rs 50 has been kept per person, while for children, Rs 20 will have to be paid.