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Minister issued directives to CCW and his teammates to educate the masses
Peshawar: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Caretaker Minister for Environment, Sameen Jan Babar issued directives to Chief Conservator Wildlife and his teammates to educate the masses and to take advance and effective preventive measures regarding protection of wildlife as well as to avoid human losses to nearby inhabitants and population residing with forest and mountains.
While visiting the Wildlife Parks at Manglot, Nizampur today, the minister asked the Chief Conservator Syed Mubarak Ali Shah to control the illegal hunting, sale and smuggling of wildlife immediately because it’s very valuable assets of our province. Provincial Secretary Adil Khan, Conservator Safdar Ali Shah and other officers were also present on this occasion.
Earlier, the Chief Conservator Wildlife, Syed Mubarak Ali Shah told the minister that the department has established 08 wildlife parks to save, protect and flourish the wildlife in the province.
He also told that the parks at Manglot and Nizampur are very successful regarding the protection and growth of Chinkara and black buck specially.