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State Board for Wildlife lauds

 Source: The Sangai Express

Imphal, May 24 2017: State Board for Wildlife has today lauded the Forest Department and villages of Tamenglong district for their tremendous work in protecting Amur Falcon. In its 6th board meeting which was presided by Chief Minister N Biren, State Board for Wildlife said that the relentless work undertaken by the Forest Department, people of Bhalok village and other neighbouring villages to save the migratory birds is commendable. During the meeting which was also attended by Forest Minister Th Shyamkumar and 22 members of State Board for Wildlife, 10-point agenda was discussed. The meeting also resolved to recommend State Board for Wildlife in order to allot land for construction of Moreh bypass and an alternate alignment along National Highway-39. The meeting also resolved to invite villagers and discuss ways to conserve Yawa Lamjao, Laipham Phumlak and Pumlen Pat.