Buffer Zone Update: At a time when a large percentage of people in Kerala are worried about the buffer zone issue, the Karnataka government has made three villagers concerned.
Residents of three villages of Ayyankunn panchayat are worried due to the action of the Karnataka government. Karnataka government has measured and planned three villages as part of the move to make them environmentally sensitive. This land belongs to Kerala.
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As part of the move to make the three villages of Kerala an ecologically sensitive zone as a buffer zone of the Karnataka Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary, the Karnataka team measured the inhabited areas and marked them on the road the other day. Markings have been done with red paint on the road including Palathumkadav, Kacheri Kadav, Kalithatumpara and Mudikayam. Markings have been made on the second jetty-Kalithattum Para road passing through two and a half kilometers of the inhabited center at Kalithattum Para and one and a half kilometers of Kerala forest land.
People have come to the conclusion that the Karnataka team has crossed the Kerala border and made markings as a part of making the borders of the country’s wildlife sanctuaries a buffer zone. Ayankunn Panchayat President Kuryachan Paimbalikunnel and others reached the spot and conducted an inspection.
Stating that they will not accept any encroachment on Kerala soil, the Youth Congress also erased the markings on the rock in karyo. The protest was led by Youth Congress district secretary K Srikanth. At the same time, the measures taken by the Karnataka government are worrying the villagers.
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