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Next step in process towards Kumbhalgarh National Park

After the notification by the Rajasthan government to convert the Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary into a National Park on 2nd February, 2012 ,  the Raika community and the other 36 communities in the area had submitted an objection through LPPS. In this they insisted  that they should be issued their Forest Rights before the National Park is instituted. Applications for Forest Rights are pending, but have not been acted upon. Now some movement seems to have come into the process: The District Collector of Pali has called a meeting on October 25th for pastoralist representatives and the 30 sarpanches (village heads) of the objecting villages in Desuri Tehsil to further discuss the issue.



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