Recall of non-compliant private sector operations, streamlined procedures for law-abiding entrepreneurs

According to the Department of Forest under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation, over 94,000 acres of teak, which had been allowed to be operated by the private sector, were recalled due to non-compliance and dedication.
Under the supervision of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation, the establishment of private teak plantations in the forest lands managed by the ministry has been granted a total of 265,644.08 acres for teak plantation to private entrepreneurs since 2006. This is under Section 14 (b) of the Forest Law and has the approval of the Union Government to develop the private forestry sector.
Although the government allowed it, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation confiscated the land due to non-compliance and the failure of the entrepreneur to adhere to the conditions.
However, entrepreneurs who can carry out cultivation under the law can apply to the director-general of the Forest Department. The application should state the specific address of the region/state, township, exact location, area, acreage, type of tree to be planted, location map, and other necessary details. — TWA/ TKO

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