Tribals Evacuated from Panna National Park Feel Betrayed
Panna forest was declared as ‘Panna National Park’ in 1993. It is spread over Panna and Chhatarpur districts with an area of 542 km. With its categorisation as a ‘National Park’ and a ‘Tiger Reserve’, the tribals who were living in the forest for decades were asked to vacate their habitat. Those who have been evacuated, now feel betrayed.
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