Announcement of 4 National Parks and Game Reserve covering

  • Punjab government has decided to relinquish thousands of acres of land from the occupation mafia and set up four national parks and game reserves on it.
  • Samsam Bukhari said that protection of forests is our national responsibility for the protection of nature for future generations.
  • Conducting training workshops is an attempt to create awareness among the people for the protection of wildlife.

Anonucement  of National parks on land relinquished from occupy mafia

The Punjab government has decided to relinquish thousands of acres of land from the occupation mafia and set up four national parks and game reserves on it.

According to the report of the news agency, the provincial minister for wildlife Syed Samsam Bukhari has announced this progress while addressing a training workshop on 10 billion tree tsunami program.

Samsam Bukhari said that the provincial government has not only relinquished thousands of acres of land from the wildlife department land grabbing mafia but has also decided to convert one thousand acres into four national parks and game reserves.

He further said that the Wildlife Department was using all its resources to implement the “Clean and Green Pakistan” project.

Samsam Bukhari said that protection of forests is our national responsibility for the protection of nature for future generations. Conducting training workshops is an attempt to create awareness among the people for the protection of wildlife.

Honorary Game Warden Punjab Badar Munir, Project Director Norman, Director Wildlife Saleem Lingah, Director Lahore Zoo Shafqat Ali, Director Wildlife Mian Hafeez, Deputy Director Wildlife Abdul Shakoor Manj at the training workshop on 10 Billion Tree Tsunami Program. And other officers and experts of the department including Deputy Director Wildlife Mudassar Hussain also participated.

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