In the training centers of Dugli forest range, forest medicines are being collected extensively, including honey, aloe vera, tikhoor, Kalmegh, Triphala, Baichadi, Amla, Kandy, by setting up industries through women’s groups and also conservation of forests along with means of employment. is. Parliamentary Secretary Chandradev Rai and MLA Lakshmi Dhruv Dugli reached to take stock of these works. Here the work being done in the forest areas, conservation and promotion of forests was reviewed. Talking to reporters on this occasion, Parliamentary Secretary Chandradev Rai and Sihawa MLA Dr. Laxmi Dhruva said that the forest dwellers should get the benefit of developing the forests and the sources of income received from them, for this, the work going on in the Dhamtari forest division was reviewed.
The manufacturing and processing of various medicines including Honey, Aloe Vera, Kalmegh, Tikhur, Triphala running in Dugli is very commendable. I was stunned to see 21000 aloe vera saplings planted in Koliari Nursery. The closed unit has been made operational. Certainly the work of the officer staff here is commendable. In the coming time, unit processing of forest medicines will be done here on a large scale. This center was closed earlier, which was done by the Forest Divisional Officer with the help of his more subordinate employees, which made it a means of earning a living for the benefit of the forest dwellers, due to which hundreds of women groups have got employment here. Chhattisgarh government’s head Bhupesh Baghel and Forest Minister Mohammad Akbar are constantly making efforts for the development of forests with a vision.
Parliamentary Secretary Chandradev Rai and Dr. Laxmi also inspected the sale of seeds, Tendu leaves, storage godown, Vermi Compost, Manure, and also had a detailed discussion with the present Vaidyaraj regarding the treatment of various diseases.