Islamabad: Unauthorized Belonging forestland Margalla Hills As a result of the shortfall of the outline of MNHP's territory, the locals of the towns situated inside the recreation center have extended and fabricated unlawful constructions, causing getting free from wilderness land and the cutting down of trees that take a lot of years to develop to their greatest tallness.
Moreover, locals and guests of the region expressed that, regardless of late turns of events and measures by the bureau and government organizations to save nature by starting an enemy of infringement drive against unlawful constructions based on green terrains, no down-to-earth steps have been taken to safeguard the timberland land.The locals and who like the natural environment have communicated their anxiety over the unauthorized occupation and violation of timberland land in Islamabad's Margalla Hills National Park (MHNP), news sources revealed. The residents said the issue has arisen because of the absence of regulatory mediation and the shortfall of the outline of the recreation center's property.
Faisal Shirazi a locale said: "The government bureau has requested to eliminate infringements from Islamabad. It is nice to see that the civic agency is good to go to clear Margalla Road and other highways from violation yet the issue of unlawful control of the timberland place where there is the public park ought to likewise be a favor to on a need premise." Nadeem Rasool, an occupant of Noorpur Shahan, said: "This town is arranged nearby the public park region. It extended wrongfully in most recent couple of years and presently the occupants have assembled unlawful designs in the woodland place where there is the public park."
He said: "The trees that take approximately 20 to 30 years to develop to their greatest stature have been taken out from the space of the public park by the detainees of the town." Nadir Khan, ecologist, said: "It is exceptionally apparent that the government bureau has requested to eliminate infringements from green spaces of the bureaucratic capital." He said the Survey of Pakistan in 2017 had effectively introduced a report about the division of the public park yet at the same time no fence, columns or dividers have been worked to stop unlawful control of the backwoods place where there is MHNP. "Simultaneously, we need the public authority to turn its consideration towards developing infringement in the public park because of the shortfall of legitimate outline of its limits," he said.
An authority report uncovered that some woodland space of the public park have been wrongfully involved close to Jungle No. 1, Bhara Kahu, Mouza Manga, Salkhitar, 22 Mile, Chhatra and Karlot.
Likewise, 161 sections of land in Block Tumair 3 and 50 sections of land in Block Tumair 1 have additionally been recuperated and impedes Tumair 2 and 4 have additionally been cleared. The recovered land has been given over to the Punjab Forest Department for afforestation. ICT authorities said it was concluded that a procedure for keeping the region shielded from infringements will be detailed and afforestation plans will be made for recovered and separated land.