Archives for October 2013

The Patwari is not providing land documents – Anita’s appeal to Radio Sangharsh for help

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Anita kushwaha (Village Budher, District Singrauli, Madhya Pradesh) divided and registered her land 2 years ago. But, the Patwari, still didn’t give her the receipt & documentation of the registration. Whenever Anita asks the Patwari for the documents, he refuses and says he didn’t get any order from higher officials. Anita asks even after 2 years, how long will it take for the Patwari to get the order for providing her the land documents. Anita requests the Radio Sangharsh audience to call the Patwari of her village to give her her own land documents.

For more information on this, you can call Anita- 8718939145
You can support Anita by telling the Patwari to do his job. Patwari – Rambhajan Saket- 9754844522.

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Van Bachao Andolan’ in Jharkhand

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Because of human’s exploitation of the nature, we are now facing various environmental problem and natural calamities. To keep nature restored, five common men became symbol of change by running a unique awareness campaign, “Van Bachao Andolan”, in district Bokaro, Jharkhand, for the past one and half years. Coming from different professions, these ‘pandavas’, on every Sunday, choosing one village each week, organize an awareness camp, where they make villagers understand the importance of nature & forest, then initiate building a “Van Bachao Committee” in the village to secure the ‘Jal – Jungle – Jameen’. So far, they have reached more than 12 villages.

One of them, Chandramohan Mahto told to Radio Sangharsh that the villagers understand the issue and support them. Wherever they had organised sessions, people stopped cutting trees in the forests. But, this initiative is not getting any support from forest department and district administration.

For more information you can contact J.M. Rangeela (reporting the story) – +91 8002242808
To support Van Bachao Andolan, you can call the DC – Umashankar Prasad Singh -9431160001 and DFO – + 91 9431142829.

 

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I will not give the forest to companies – Devidayal

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Devidayal Saket (Pokhriyatola, Vil. Amelia, Singrauli, Madhya Pradesh) is fighting for saving the Mahan forest and his livelihood over three year now. He says that he will not give the forest to companies for coal mining. Mahan forest has rich biodiversity with many animals. People live off medicinal plants, herbs, vegetables, fruits from it. They sell tendu, mushroom etc.found in the forest. For more information, call interviewer Virendra Singh (Mahan Sangharsh Samiti) – 8120487266

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