Bhubaneswar – The Kampa Act was enacted to protect wildlife and the Kampa Fund was set up. These funds or funds are used to fund states’ plans. The money will be spent in areas where forests are being destroyed. The state government is said to be investing in the money in various ways, but the sustainability of the forest is declining. The number of winds coming out of the forest, especially with everything, is coming out. “The death toll is rising and the lives of the people are being wasted,” PCC president Niranjan Patnaik said in a statement. What is more evidence of forest destruction? “In the last two years, 885 square kilometers of forest have been created in the state,” he told the assembly. Mr Patnaik said the truth would come to light if it was investigated by an impartial and chested and knowledgeable committee. The government has embezzled tens of thousands of crores of rupees for untrue false information. In September last year, the central government allocated Rs 47,636 crore for all states from the working fund. Out of this, Odisha received Rs 5,939.98 crore. Allegations of widespread corruption in the money have been seized. Seth Maru has given a few illustrative examples.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. “Everywhere you look today, the tide of protectionist sentiment is flowing. Under the law, the state’s lights were broken. The formation of a 10-member committee, the provision of the new. This kind of book-making is planned and entertained, and the craftsmen are to be searched for. Someone was sitting in this book, and some of them were doing it. Will the information related to him be made public? “It simply came to our notice then.
Bringing to the forefront. Articles 11 and 12 have not been approved or approved by the village council. According to Article 13, the head of the administration is the head. He never called V City. The congressional hearing about that were exactly where the firing came from. The central and state governments have shut down all public protests. “Our Congress party will take a wide-ranging approach in the interest of the state and the people of the state,” PCC president Shri Niranjan Patnaik warned the government.