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Additional Chief Secy visits Dibru-Saikhowa National Park

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DOOMDOOMA, April 4 - Additional Chief Secretary of Assam, Ravi Capoor visited Dibru-Saikhowa National Park on Wednesday. He had an interaction with senior officials of the park and the members of the NGOs at Guijan Forest Range ( Wildlife ) office. Capoor informed the members that the State Government has already initiated a number of steps to improve Dibru-Saikhowa park and Dihing-Patkai Reserve Forest in a bid to woo domestic and foreign tourists. He also announced that a bird festival would be organised at the national park this year and an eco tourism centre would be set up soon. He promised to provide all possible help to develop infrastructure. Capoor also instructed the Forest department workers to perform their duties sincerely.

During the visit to the park, the Additional Chief Secretary was accompanied by senior forest officials, including AM Singh, Utpal Bora and RK Das. Later on the day, the Additional Chief Secretary visited Maguri Matapung Violation of the order will be punishable under the provision of Section 15 of the Environment Protection Act, 1986. The order was enforced in the entire district with immediate effect and is to continue until further order.

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Additional Chief Secy visits Dibru-Saikhowa National Park

DOOMDOOMA, April 4 - Additional Chief Secretary of Assam, Ravi Capoor visited Dibru-Saikhowa National Park on Wednesday. He had an interaction with senior officials of the park and the members of the NGOs at Guijan Forest Range ( Wildlife ) office. Capoor informed the members that the State Government has already initiated a number of steps to improve Dibru-Saikhowa park and Dihing-Patkai Reserve Forest in a bid to woo domestic and foreign tourists. He also announced that a bird festival would be organised at the national park this year and an eco tourism centre would be set up soon. He promised to provide all possible help to develop infrastructure. Capoor also instructed the Forest department workers to perform their duties sincerely.

During the visit to the park, the Additional Chief Secretary was accompanied by senior forest officials, including AM Singh, Utpal Bora and RK Das. Later on the day, the Additional Chief Secretary visited Maguri Matapung Violation of the order will be punishable under the provision of Section 15 of the Environment Protection Act, 1986. The order was enforced in the entire district with immediate effect and is to continue until further order.

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