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7th March- The Hindu Editorial - Part-3 (in Hindi)
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  1. THEDU EDITORIAL DISCUSSION 7th Marclh THE HINDU


  2. A fight for the forest Conservationists should protect the welfare of both wildlife and forest dwellers and stand up to bigger players. UBHODESP


  3. February 28, the Supreme Court stayed its order on the eviction of lakhs of Adivasis and other forest dwellers whose claims were rejected under the Scheduled Tribes and other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act, 2006 (FRA) The court has asked State governments for a detailed report on whether due process was followed by gram sabhas and authorities under the FRA before claims were rejected. For millions of Adivasis and forest dwellers, the stay offers only a temporary relief. But it provides an opportunity to figure out how conservation movements can advocate both nature and social iustice in India. UBHODESP


  4. The petitioners had expressed concern over reports that showed deforestation and fragmentation of land after FRA implementation began. But there is a lack of peer-reviewed studies that guantify the extent of deforestation caused by marginalised communities in comparison to large industrial and infrastructural projects. It is vital that scientists and conservationists take up this task, as it is well known that the state is bestowing large companies with kindness and second chances despite severe legal violations during the planning, construction and operation stages of projects. UBHODESP


  5. Objections to the FRA are often framed as an issue of wildlife conservation versus people's rights, with no mention of these bigger players who might benefit from this framing. In 2006, well before the FRA implementation started, the Environment Ministry directed State governments to declare all existing Protected Areas as critical tiger habitats, so that they would not be controlled under this Act. In 2012, the Ministry tried to remove critical tiger habitats from the purview of the National Board for Wildlife, purportedlyto make diversion of forest land easier. UBHODESP


  6. The petitioners in the FRA case are right where they express concern about the lack of progress in demarcating critical wildlife habitats ( CWHs) It is crucial for forest departments to initiate this process in a time- bound manner in the interest of conservation conservation calls for restriction of human activities in some wav, that sacrifice must be made, except where doing so would result in injustice, especially to the most marginalised communities. There are serious concerns about the rejection process, unfamiliarity with the language of the FRA, and outdated forest maps UBHODESP


  7. The Ministry of Tribal Affairs has been urging district administrations to assist the process of granting rights by making maps and other data available to protect applicantsfrom exploitation. welfare of both wildlife and forest dwellers. This is the only way we can build an effective and equitable conservation movement. UBHODESP


  8. The End! UBHODESP


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