Dharmendra Yadav, Orchha (Niwari). In Orchha area of Niwari district of Madhya Pradesh, bullies have encroached upon the land of the forest department. Thousands of saplings were to be planted on the land occupied by the bullies. On the one hand, the villagers are accusing the bullies of occupying the land, while on the other hand, it is being told that the possession is being taken by the bullies in connivance with the officials and employees of the department.
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The whole matter pertains to village Mador of Orchha forest area, the villagers have alleged that with the connivance of some employees and officers of the forest department, the bullies have occupied 15 to 20 acres of land adjacent to the forest outpost. It is alleged that the land where thousands of trees were to be planted has been encroached upon by the bullies. Even after complaining continuously in the forest department, no action is being taken.
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It is also alleged that the encroachment has not been removed due to bribery in the forest department. The villagers are facing difficulties in moving their cattle and fields. Even after this the administration is silent. Even after continuous protests, the administration is not helping the villagers. The forest guard of the forest department has accused the administration of not getting help. It was told that once the encroachment was removed, the bullies have re-occupied it. The Forest Guard has accused Dabang Manoj Yadav, Nahar Singh Yadav and Bablu Yadav of encroaching on the department’s land.
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