Awareness campaign on human-animal conflict held in Tuensang

Awareness campaign on human-animal conflict held in Tuensang
Officials of forest divisions and others during the awareness campaign
DIMAPUR: | Publish Date: 8/8/2018 12:00:00 AM IST

 Awareness campaign for conservation of forests and wildlife to mitigate human animal conflict and wildlife crime was held by divisional forest office, Tuensang forest division at CKS hall, Tuensang on August 7.

A press release from divisional forest officer, Tuensang, Dr. C. Zupeni Tsanglai stated that, 
Y. M. Jami conservator of Forest, Northern Territorial Circle and director, Intanki National Park (INP) impressed on the importance to mitigate human-animal conflict while welcoming the gathering. PCCF (Wildlife) and chief wildlife warden,  Nagaland, Satya Prakash Tripathi in his keynote address shared the first hand information and data on the forest cover of Nagaland. He imparted the knowledge on conservation of forest and wildlife, community reserve, wildlife crime and the responsibility to be pro-active communities concerning the wildlife. He also informed the participants to contact the forest officials and forest department for any resourceful inquiries and technical assistance.
The program was graced by Bharat Laxman Markad, superintendent of Police, Tuensang as special, wherein his speech he lamented on the deteriorating situations in the forest cover of the state and the significant decline in the numbers of wildlife. While highlighting the need for a mass awareness in the pertained subject the SP extended full assistance in curbing the menace of wildlife crime.
There was active participation from various village councils, GBs and student bodies. Earlier the programme was chaired by Dr. C. Zupeni Tsanglai, invocation by Achong forester – I, vote of thanks by Florence, attached forest ranger and benediction by Shito.

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