Compensation amount of forest department martyred personnel increased from ₹30 lakh to ₹50 lakh: Bommai

Bangalore:30 lakhs which was given by the forest department to the families of the martyred personnel for the purpose of stability and security. Chief Minister Basavaraja Bommai announced that the compensation amount will be increased to Rs 50 lakh.

Paying respects to the martyred personnel at the National Forest Martyrs’ Day celebrations held in the city on Sunday, he said, ‘Earlier Rs.20 lakhs. The previous Chief Minister Yeddyurappa had increased the compensation amount to Rs 30 lakh. He promised that the government will do all the welfare and appointment of the family members of the martyred personnel with utmost compassion.
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Environmental loss in one year should be compensated in the same year. We are the first state in the country to prepare an environmental budget. 100 crore for this. Dedicated. The department has formulated the method of environmental budgeting and the government has approved the action plan. 100 crores in addition to afforestation in the current year. The Chief Minister said that we will give it.

The Forest Department should strive to reduce human-wildlife conflict. 100 crore rupees have been spent to use a new method to protect people’s lives and crops due to the increase in forest disasters. Provided. Umesh Katthi was very interested in this. A new method of fencing is also being trialled in Bandipur. He recalled that Umesh Katthi, who had visited all the forest areas of the state, had handled his responsibility efficiently without any compromise in the work of the department.
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Forest Development Corporation Chairperson Tara Anuradha, Forest Department Additional Chief Secretary Javed Akhtar, Principal Chief Conservator of Forests Rajkishore Singh participated.