RTI answers uncover no attainability examines directed before BBMP choice to cut trees
TREESON ON JAYAMAHAL- BENGALURU , The BBMP had with no earlier arranging expressed that there was no other choice than cutting trees for the extending of Jayamahal Road, answers to RTI applications have uncovered.
Presently RTI questions by Jhatkaa.org, a nearby association, has uncovered that the no achievability investigations of any sort was directed on the proposed cutting out of 112 trees on that street.
TREESON ON JAYAMAHAL- BENGALURU
“The RTI reactions shockingly uncover BBMP’s languid and discretionary way to deal with the issue of tree felling. They have completely expressed that there was no other decision. Be that as it may, how would they know they don’t have a decision without leading any activity examine, achievability overviews or logical reviews to think of option recommendations?” said Avijit Michael, official executive, Jhatkaa.org.
In the wake of drawing near to 30,000 complaints against the proposed felling of the trees, BBMP official N Manjunath had chosen to diminish the quantity of trees to be felled for the venture from 112 to 70, expressing that the 40 odd trees were to be translocated. The city organization has additionally conceded that they didn’t have any related knowledge in transplanting trees, as the RTI reaction uncovers that the BBMP has not embraced a solitary transplanting venture till date.
The reaction likewise uncovered that the two-level council that was shaped by the BBMP for checking the green cover in the city – Greening Committee for Bengaluru North and South and Samanvay board of trustees – were in real life for just four months, between August 2014 and December 2014. “It has turned out to be plentifully evident that due procedures which have been laid out to guarantee safeguarding of Bengaluru’s green legacy are not being taken after by any means. The BBMP, it appears, needs to deceive Bengalureans and common society gatherings, and deny them of their cooperation and oversight on this issue,” Avijit said.
He requested that the BBMP lead an intensive logical review
on plausibility before cutting out or transplanting any trees on Jayamahal street and on some other street works arranged in the city. “The BBMP ought to likewise constitute the two level tree panel at the soonest,” he said.TREESON ON JAYAMAHAL- BENGALURU
In any case, as indicated by individuals from Jhatkaa.org, the BBMP has done a review with Instituite of Wood Science and Technology, seven days back and purportedly looked for consent from the Palace Grounds experts on whether they could transplant the trees inside royal residence grounds.