Wednesday, March 30, 2011

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 distruction. 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 leval best and failed to control these Brick Kilns through writing letters to concerned authorities. I am suggested to seek help of Judiciary through PIL even than

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