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NGT directive to KNP Director

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GUWAHATI, Nov 27 - The Principal Bench of the National Green Tribunal (NGT), headed by Justice Swatanter Kumar, has directed the Director of the Kaziranga National Park (KNP) to conduct a surprise inspection of the National Highway 37 abutting the Park and review steps that have been taken by the State Government �in regard to prevention of animal deaths on the roads by the vehicular traffic.�

The Director of the National Park attended the proceedings of the Principal Bench of the Green Tribunal yesterday in connection with the Original Application Number 174 of 2013 (Rohit Choudhury Vs Union of India and Others) and submitted that he would file a complete and comprehensive affidavit dealing with various aspects, including hotels and projects and other commercial activities that are coming up within 10 km of the KNP boundary. The KNP Director also said he would also file a list of such constructions or activities which are offending the distance of 10 km as contemplated under the orders of the Supreme Court. The Tribunal fixed December 9, 2015 as the next date for the case and asked the State Secretary, Senior Officer from the Union Ministry of Surface and Road Transport and the KNP Director to be present in the Tribunal that day.

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NGT directive to KNP Director

GUWAHATI, Nov 27 - The Principal Bench of the National Green Tribunal (NGT), headed by Justice Swatanter Kumar, has directed the Director of the Kaziranga National Park (KNP) to conduct a surprise inspection of the National Highway 37 abutting the Park and review steps that have been taken by the State Government �in regard to prevention of animal deaths on the roads by the vehicular traffic.�

The Director of the National Park attended the proceedings of the Principal Bench of the Green Tribunal yesterday in connection with the Original Application Number 174 of 2013 (Rohit Choudhury Vs Union of India and Others) and submitted that he would file a complete and comprehensive affidavit dealing with various aspects, including hotels and projects and other commercial activities that are coming up within 10 km of the KNP boundary. The KNP Director also said he would also file a list of such constructions or activities which are offending the distance of 10 km as contemplated under the orders of the Supreme Court. The Tribunal fixed December 9, 2015 as the next date for the case and asked the State Secretary, Senior Officer from the Union Ministry of Surface and Road Transport and the KNP Director to be present in the Tribunal that day.

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