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Meeting discusses wildlife issues

Jaipur: A marathon meeting was convened on Wednesday at the Aranya Bhawan to discuss the management and conservation efforts concerning wildlife security amidst the heatwave in the state’s jungles.

Chaired by the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (PCCF) and Chief Wildlife Warden, Pawan Upadhyay, the meeting saw the presence of Rajesh Gupta, Additional PCCF for Wildlife, and wildlife officers from across the state.

Strict actions against encroachment and illegal mining in forest areas were directed. Furthermore, emphasis was laid on increasing field visits, accelerating village relocation, and enhancing nocturnal patrols.

Instructions were also issued to strengthen tracking and monitoring activities and to submit timely wildlife reports. Forest-to-forest dialogue was initiated with officials from tiger reserves, leopard reserves, and conservation reserves to gather feedback on wildlife management in their respective areas.

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