JSW project: Beneficiaries’ urgency for compensation begins with the process of identifying trees

Dhinkia, 8/1: Work on the proposed JSW project in Dhinkia Nuagaon and Gadkujang panchayats under Ersama tehsil of Jagatsinghpur district is on a constant rise. On the one hand, the Pan Baraj survey is underway in Patana, Mahal and Gobindpur villages of Dhinkia panchayat. More than two hundred trees have been identified to date since yesterday. These include a variety of fruit trees, such as Sajna,(Drumsticks) mango, pineapple, cashew, and banana. The assessment will then be made by the Department of Horticulture. On the one hand, people who got their compensation by giving their Panbaraj are more likely to cut down trees after receiving compensation. To date, more than 270 panbarjas have been surveyed, and more than 82 decimals of land have been acquired. With the gradual increase in approval for the JSW project, it is expected that there will be a green light in the future for the industry.

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