JAIPUR: At a huge driveway, the forest department on Monday recovered its 350 bighas that was encroached by some powerful men and women.
The property was adjoined into the Nahargarh Biological Park located on Jaipur-Delhi street (NH-8).
Acting on the high court’s instructions, the forest division together with police installation reached village Bid Papad about 8am to clean the encroachment.
The group demolished a home, slave quarter, water tank and also a garage, that were assembled on khasra number 11,12 and 46 falling under the Nahargarh Wildlife Sanctuary property. The drive lasted until 12. 30pm.
The section additionally recovered 26 bighas and 106 bighas in precisely the exact same village. According to officials, the complete land of 350 bighas was created encroachment free on Monday. “At different places, the forest land has been encroached by powerful such as a retired IPS officer. The officer has assembled a home and built fencing for farming. Complete 350 bighas was recovered. It was a calm drive and the groups didn’t face any demonstration. But, taking precautionary steps, authorities was set up,” an official said.