Wednesday, March 30, 2011

effects of Brick kilns

1) looses top soil of the land which is best for agriculture so in long run it reduces the food grain yield.
2.) increases the temperature in surrounding areas.
3) smoke affects on mango and jack fruit crop. makes them spotty and reduces the crop value.
4) increases dust pollution in the area.
5) cutting woods for firing the kiln are illegal and that reduces the forest cover.
6) reducing forest cover destroyes the corridor for wild life.
7) Brick kilns should not be in Village boundary.
8) Mining of the sand for illegal brick kilns is illegal mining.
9) According to M P Govt rules there should not be any brick kilns near human habitation and no tree should be cut along the path and water bodies.
These are the major issues against the brick kilns.

Help to Control Brick Kilns in Tala Village, Bandhavgarh National Park. India

I know hundreds of Facebook friends and members visit Bandhavgarh National Park regularly every year and even some have started coming more than once in a year or have started running tours to en-cash the popularity through its Tiger sightings.
Bandhavgarh wont survive long if we all do not join together in saving it from further destruction. Tigers inside the park can not survive without a healthy buffer zone. Buffer zone is full of people, cattle and Brick Kilns those are swallowing the forest on periphery.
I tried my level best and failed to control these Brick Kilns through writing letters to concerned authorities. I am suggested to seek help of Judiciary through PIL but even than the same officers has to work under the same law hence I thought to seek the help of all of you, Friends of Bandhavgarh, to write an email to Collector Umaria under subject- illegal Brick Kilns in Tala Village of Umaria District M.P.
Please write, no matter in which part of the world you live, to Collector Umaria on following email and paste that letter on Facebook too for others as reminder to write.
dmumaria@nic.in and on dmumaria@mp.gov.in
If facebook can uproot the Govts in other parts of world than cant be just use this tool powerfully to stop these brick kilns for the sake of Tiger to whom we all love.

Help to Control Brick Kilns in Tala Village, Bandhavgarh National Park. India

I know hundreds of Facebook friends and members visit Bandhavgarh National Park regularly every year and even some have started coming more than once in a year or have started running tours to en-cash the popularity through its Tiger sightings.
Bandhavgarh wont survive long if we all do not join together in saving it from further destruction. Tigers inside the park can not survive without a healthy buffer zone. Buffer zone is full of people, cattle and Brick Kilns those are swallowing the forest on periphery.
I tried my level best and failed to control these Brick Kilns through writing letters to concerned authorities. I am suggested to seek help of Judiciary through PIL but even than the same officers has to work under the same law hence I thought to seek the help of all of you, Friends of Bandhavgarh, to write an email to Collector Umaria under subject- illegal Brick Kilns in Tala Village of Umaria District M.P.
Please write, no matter in which part of the world you live, to Collector Umaria on following email and paste that letter on Facebook too for others as reminder to write.
dmumaria@nic.in and on dmumaria@mp.gov.in
If facebook can uproot the Govts in other parts of world than cant be just use this tool powerfully to stop these brick kilns for the sake of Tiger to whom we all love.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Lakshmi.

Lakshmi was killed by Vijya, daughter of Durga. Guides saw Lakshmi going towards Judwani on 3rd morning and Vijya was seen moving i same direction on 3rd Evening. Later guides heard fighting noise.
Her body was found on 5th Morning, half eaten by Vijaya and Vultures.
Her both the cubs are fine. We saw them killing and eating a porcupine and later they killed a cow. didn't see them since last two days but their pugmarks were seen.
Mirch-hani cubs were seen yesterday afternoon and again today.In size male cubs are bigger than their mother.
Ken must b thinking why i dont write here. To tell you the truth I hardly get any time, barely can check my email.
Will write soon more.
Satyendra

Sunday, March 6, 2011

R.I.P Lakshmi

Yesterday morning I was on Elephant at Bhadrashila. We saw Indrani and her cub and typical of Drivers and Tourists.
I was shocked to see the behaviour of this calm tigress.
She avoids human voice, jeep noise and Elephant.
These modern Photo hunters dont have any respect for the Animal. And certain drivers have no fear of the rules.
I was angry and so angry that at the crucial time I was trying to control the traffic and my client and two other Indians on other Elephant simply wanted to see her going in the direction she wanted to go, which was simply not possible due to tourists and jeep drivers.