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Brahma distributes woollens to forest guards

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MANGALDAI, Jan 18 - In a gesture to the sincere service rendered by the casual forest guards, including home guard jawans, in protecting the rhinos in the jungles, away from their family, even in festive seasons and defying intense cold that too against a meagre remuneration, Forest Minister Pramila Rani Brahma on Tuesday distributed woollen garments to 107 forest guards of the Orang National Park.

Brahma, along with Mangaldai MLA Gurujyoti Das, and Sunnydeo Choudhary, DFO, Mangaldai Wildlife Division, arrived at the tourist lodge close to the National Park at around 10.30 pm and handed over the clothes to the forest guards. Later talking to media in connection with the poor infrastructure of the park, including the dilapidated condition of roads and bridges inside it, the minister assured of developing it within a short time. �We have already allotted fund for repairing the roads and bridges. Due to delay in release of fund by the Finance Department, we were unable to implement it.�

The poor condition of the only tourist lodge was also brought to her notice. She assured to take up the matter with the State Tourism Department.

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Brahma distributes woollens to forest guards

MANGALDAI, Jan 18 - In a gesture to the sincere service rendered by the casual forest guards, including home guard jawans, in protecting the rhinos in the jungles, away from their family, even in festive seasons and defying intense cold that too against a meagre remuneration, Forest Minister Pramila Rani Brahma on Tuesday distributed woollen garments to 107 forest guards of the Orang National Park.

Brahma, along with Mangaldai MLA Gurujyoti Das, and Sunnydeo Choudhary, DFO, Mangaldai Wildlife Division, arrived at the tourist lodge close to the National Park at around 10.30 pm and handed over the clothes to the forest guards. Later talking to media in connection with the poor infrastructure of the park, including the dilapidated condition of roads and bridges inside it, the minister assured of developing it within a short time. �We have already allotted fund for repairing the roads and bridges. Due to delay in release of fund by the Finance Department, we were unable to implement it.�

The poor condition of the only tourist lodge was also brought to her notice. She assured to take up the matter with the State Tourism Department.