Grazing, an illegal activity in the forest

Grazing in gazetted forests is an offence that the courts take seriously; recently a man was arrested by rangers on patrol and taken to court where he was fined and had a conviction recorded for unlawfully grazing cattle in the forest. Cattle heads grazing in the forests damages young trees and ends up intruding into the habitat of wild animals leaving them with insufficient water and food thereby endangering their existence. Cattle not only graze and trample on the newly growing trees but they also disturb the soil which can encourage the growth of weeds.





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